The past is the past. The value in Hurney is what he will do. Based upon his last couple of drafts, relative to most GM's, I'm not mad at him. I get what Tepper is saying.
That being said, if Tepper fires Hurney today, I wouldn't be shocked. I think he'll give Hurney cracks at doing his thing until Hurney fails this second time around, and--like it or not--the failure of the team during the last couple of years had more to do with injuries to Cam and (IMO) the coaches not putting players in the best position to succeed.
I don't hate Hurney like some of you, and I still find his reemergence and recent body of work very fascinating and highly entertaining.