I'd say the same thing about any GM or coach who would look at our roster and draft picks and say "Nope I don't think I can win with this. I need to be primed for success with top shelf talent at every position".
Quinn is okay... I get it, less of a risk than an unknown guy. I think Tepper needs to grab his brass balls and not be afraid to take another risk despite the failure of Rhule. it just needs to be a smarter risk.