Even if you say that, a good offensive coach shouldn't be coaching the team to 26th in points scored. An average offensive coach would be expected to do that! And what's the excuse for 2016? We had the 17th best scoring offense, in other words "average". Even Philbin with Tannehill in 2014 did better. Also, you keep bringing up the first 3 games, but we scored 75 points in those 3 games, or 25 points per game. The league average is 23.34 ppg. You think 25 ppg is evidence of a good offensive coach? Also.. Gase's offense has never scored more than 35 points in any game, and that was with Cutler. KC averaged 35.3 ppg this year lol. I don't see any evidence Gase is any kind of great football mind.