Special teams coaching
Already pointed out two glaring problems on special teams but there needs to be accountability for all of the special teams issues. That starts and ends with the coaching.
On Monday, coach Bruce Arians indicated that his special teams coordinator, Amos Jones, was safe from any firing. He said Jones is a good coach and coaching wasn’t the issue.
Arians blamed his players for the special teams issues and said no assistant coach would be losing their jobs. We’ll see if that holds true after the season ends but it does make one wonder?
We love BA, but not taking any accountability and placing all the blame on the players is a bit far-fetched. The coaches are the ones who selected said players.
The best thing would be for Jones to go, whether he leaves involuntarily or on his own volition. Change is absolutely necessary to move forward and get back to the playoffs in 2017.