Results business, bro. If you aren’t getting wins then it’s a failure. You don’t get credit for “trying” in the NFL. Giving up 3 draft picks for a terrible QB was a mistake. Being so reliant on CMC again was a mistake. Not trying to build the offensive line with any decent players was a mistake. Sending another two draft picks for corners who will likely have no impact on the team was a mistake. Extending Robby and drafting another receiver in round 2 was a mistake.
Of course everyone is trying to win. You shouldn’t get credit for trying if your decisions on roster building turn out to be worse than 99% of your competitors. That just means you’re bad at your job.
I’ve just never seen anything from him at Temple, his previous NFL stop, or this one that has made me see him as a viable NFL QB. He’s less annoying, personally, then the people who thought he was good because they use him in Madden.
He was a four year starter with awful accuracy issues and it’s definitely remained in the NFL.