"Having a different perspective" = "changing your mind", which you do all the time. Anyone that's been on this site for the last two years is aware of this.
Your posting history proves this. You've changed your take multiple times in the same page of one thread... more than once... It's fine, but as often as you post, you need to own it.
Depending on the most recent tweet/article/talk-show-take, you change your mind as fast as some NFL players run the 40-yd-dash... just sayin...
Coaches are going to play it close-to-the-vest because that's what has worked. From Lombardi, to Noll, to Walsh, to Jimmy Johnson, to Belichick, to any coach coaching today. They're going to "play the game" with what they say, because that's how it has to be played.
You can call it "easy" or "lazy", but ask yourself this: no coach has had as much success as Belichick has had over the last two decades... as in, like EVER. No coach has won 6 s. Yet, he still spits the same media-friendly (un-friendly depending on your stance) rhetoric... WHY? Why doesn't Belichick just start speaking his mind the way you think he should? He's earned the right, right?
It's because calling things "honestly" to the media just doesn't work. Ask any successful athlete or coach in any major sport. You speak differently to the media than you do to your teammates. We're not privileged enough to hear those words because we're not part of the team. Simple as that.
I won't tell as long you don't tell people that just because a team won does not mean the QB was playing well.
Personally, I have no problem if Rivers throws for 200 yards and the Colts win. because I know that Rovers can throw for 300 or 400 yards if needed to win the game. The guy he replaced did not provide that same confidence.