I am not a Dean Pees guy, his passive defense drives me nuts. Yeah, maybe they don't have a dominant pass rusher, but is that the fault of the players or the defense? If we look at AD and Burgess, are we seeing guys who can't perform or guys who aren't being put in a position to perform? My guess is that they can still bring it if necessary. AD looked pretty good coming around the edge last night and Burgess was the best defensive player on the field at Indy. Eventually you have to question if maybe the scheme is wrong. Last night the team was not ready. New Orleans didn't do anything that they haven't been doing. They thrive on misdirection and play calling, but it was obvious by the second quarter that we were not ready for their offense. You can blame a missed coverage on the DB, but there were too many missed coverages last night for it to be the players fault. They opened the game with a 35 yard pass and they never stopped passing and finding open recievers. What the hell is Shawn Springs doing inactive? What do our ILBs do? They are both young and fast and invisable. Our DL applies no pressure up the middle, allowing QB's to step up in the pocket. This is nuts! It is time to bring back a defensive coordinator with a little imagination. Remember when our defensive coordinator would put 11 on the line? Remember when pressure was important to the Patriots scheme? Remember when everything would be routed into the middle of the field where Rodney could unload on any reciever who had to come across the middle? I look at our defense and see passive, not agressive. I believe that it is the scheme that is to blame for our problems, not the players. BRING BACK ROMEO!