I manage about 100 people a day. Some of them are fantastic, internally-motivated individuals. Some are pieces of crap.
This is my view on the subject - this is not Chuck's fault, Grigson's fault or the players' fault. The junk team we're seeing is an aggregate sum of all three. Chuck is a mediocre coach that makes some questionable decisions/calls and appears to hold others to a low level of accountability. Grigson has won some and lost some...unfortunately more of the latter. However, I truly don't believe many of our players are playing at their maximum ability. For example, I can't believe a beastly specimen that runs a 4.3 40 can be so poor in coverage. What component of the total accountability falls on the coaches vs the players is up for debate. But I think there are probably some turds in that locker room bringing the average ability of the team down. And on the other hand, there are coaches that aren't addressing those issues. Hence, penalties, apparent lack of effort, and frequent poor performances from some of our best guys.
I don't know. Just my thoughts.