Our best runs of "success" under Tepper was his first year of ownership when he did he would focus on the business side of the house in year one before "putting his stamp" on the football side of the house and Wilks' interim run when Tepper had likely written off the current season and was simply focusing on the future. He should realize that the less he meddles in the present time the better the results are on the field.
How would he react if a football coach or football front office person came strutting into his office telling him all about how they'd run a hedge fund? He'd laugh in their face and tell them to GTFO and stay in their lane which is exactly what he needs to tell himself on football matters.
We’re beating a dead horse at this point. We know it’s Tepper. It starts at the top. Every year he has been the owner the team has gotten worse with the lone exception being Steve Wilks’s short tenure. We’d all be better served spending our time focused on something more productive on Sundays.