The reason we have struggled so much, is that we changed three things all in one offseason:
Coyer never really changed more than one of those things in any offseason so we had the year-on-year stability that meant we were never so bad that we got ripped apart.....but people complained year on year that our defense was average and couldn't get it done when it really counted.
So the only answer is to let things continue to bed in. The defense is streets ahead of where it was a few weeks ago, and I just cannot pin the blame for the Chicago loss on the defense. Blame special teams for directly and indirectly giving away 21 points and blame the offense for being unable to hang on to the ball and grind out posession drives late in the game to ice the win.
Oh, and Kiszla is a major-league idiot who by definititon cannot say anything that isn't stupid. If you find yourself agreeing with him for a change, please review your position - you may just be having an off day....