Butterscup wrote:Dumb, wrong, bad decision. Bowman's trying to save his ass for failing to manage the salary cap and roster and Q takes the hit for it. What a shame.
yeah, this is pretty much how I feel. I guess I also don't get why both Bowman and Q kept their jobs after last season. And I really don't get why Bowman gets a chance to dig out of his own grave while Q didn't.
Sure, Q had some really frustrating moments with his preference for veterans over skilled, young guys. But, honestly, when's the last time Bowman made a good move -- signing or trade? Drafting DeBrincat? Signing Panarin? I guess his best trade the last few years was being able to get a first round pick from Nashville for Ryan Hartman at the deadline last year. Every other trade and signing have either had a neutral, or negative effect to the roster.
It's tough for me to blame the coach when there are like 5 actual good players on the roster, but that's just me.