At some point the rubber has to meet the road in so far as constructing an opinion on the GM is concerned. His track record is his own and politely put it leaves a lot to be desired. I don't blame anyone who thinks he's not going to *get it* because there's evidence aplenty that he doesn't *get it*. He just chases past mistakes.
A lot of the defense's of Grigson using the hindsight argument were fine a few years ago, but he has a real record now (and one of the way's that's analyzed is using the supposedly flawed argument-where did you miss and who was taken right after the miss, it's one of many ways of looking at this and it does have merit, heck the whole franchises in Indy's history revolves around getting Manning and not Leaf). Do you think it's passable and how much of the weight is being carried specifically by 12 without the support of better draft picks (guys who will stay on the friggin' roster)? I'd say far more than is ideal.
Honestly, I'm done entertaining the notion that he'll get better or do better or whatever. It would be dumb luck at this point if he didn't bungle FA and the Draft.