He had all the makings of a very good young coach. His offenses were Innovative, and he led a team to a Super Bowl victory. But he did not sustain any kind of success at Tampa Bay. It became clear that he won the Super Bowl with a lot of Tony Dungy's players. He retired too young to really be considered any kind of an established master of the game, which he is obviously claiming to be. Offenses have changed a lot in the past 15 years, and he is still living off a reputation that was based on a very short period of success. But it's a good gig if you can get it, and we continually buy it. So more power to him.