Are LA Rams new coordinators: 3 wise men or 3 blind mice?

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Cut losses and underperforming players

Close or not, these Rams have serious challenges this season. The veteran coaching staff saw the storm brewing on the horizon and bailed before the team was tossed about in the transition of 2020.  Either the team bites the bullet, cuts players not performing to such lofty contracts, and resets for 2021 or 2022, or the team tries to duct tape the shell of a team together from the strongest parts.

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Coaches who confront so many problems and sign onboard anyway are three blind mice. They simply do not see the challenges which await them.  A better coaching title? One more year’s salary at the expense of a new team?  Perhaps simply one more year to remain in a career they are passionate towards?

After all, professional sports are all about competitiveness.  Was this round of coaching hires merely just one more competition for the three new coordinators? Were these hires simply filling in the holes in the coaching staff?