I have made a few posts in recent weeks describing the expectations of this season as essentially being a wash due the the Injury of RT. Every win this season is gravy and essentially a chance for Gase to show his team what it looks like to "do your job" and the consequences of putting in the work and earning a victory (pretty or not). Gase showed this team that if they can do what needs to be done early in the game, he will continue to drive his foot into the throat of his opponent and make the win an enjoyable one. The problems that occur in this league are usually due to inconsistent coaching staff and front office (meaning tenure). We will never get anywhere if we continue to have a revolving door of coaching and front office staff. I see a winner in Gase, as he proved last season with the RT injury...atrocious Defense and still making the playoffs. The last thing we need is to drive out a coach that is still winning games despite the flaws/injuries/ of this roster. Has some perspective.. The Packers have no identity without Rodgers, The giants have arguably more talent than us (and a superbowl caliber QB) and look what happened. I'm still on the Gase bandwagon, and I believe he will need more than 22months to turn around a team that has been piss poor for the majority of my lifetime. Again, The season was a wash and Gase did all he could by taking a chance on Cutler. It didn't work out as planned, but lets be real...who was a better more realistic choice?