Sometimes I wonder how some of these radio guys get jobs. Gotlieb was talking about the Patriots and how he thinks Pioli leaving is the point where the dynasty falls apart. Now I have no problem with him arguing this. I don't agree with him, but I can see how someone can make that argument and don't begrudge him for making it. But he should have shut up there. After that, he went on to explain why he thought that. He said whoever the Pats hire to replace Pioli will just be a puppet for Belichick. First, as a sports radio guy he should be aware that the Pats have already replaced Pioli. Second, anyone who has followed Belichick in New England can tell you that Belichick doesn't hire puppets who will just serve his bidding. Caserio will have almost as much input or maybe as much input as Pioli did. He may not initially while he is getting up to speed, but either he will get to that point or Belichick will replace him with someone qualified enough to get to that point. Then Gotlieb goes on to explain whenever the head coach shops for the groceries, they fail big time. The example he decided to use was Parcells in Dallas and how Jones gave him total control and Parcells failed to win a playoff game. What planet was Gotlieb on where Jerry Jones gave Parcells total control? Yeah, Parcells was the one to decide that TO should become a Cowboy. That is why Parcells refused to even attend the press conference when TO was announced and I am convinced Parcells retired from coaching because Jones wouldn't cut TO. Gotlieb also failed to acknowledge that Parcells actually got to shop for the groceries with the Jets and he took the 1-15 Jets to the AFC Championship game in two years, stole Curtis Martin from the Pats, and drafted players like James Farrior, Jason Fergusen, John Abraham, Shaun Ellis, Chad Pennington, and Laveranues Coles. He might have won a Super Bowl if he didn't decide to step down to promote Belichick to head coach to block Kraft from taking Belichick. The funny thing is Gotlieb about ten minutes later said he knows more about sports than the listeners because it is his job to study sports.