In regards to how the game has changed, it's basically the same way with basketball. Good physical, tough defense does not exist anymore and it's all based on offense and spacing. Not sure if there are less injuries because of it, but I think that was the idea behind it. Generally people think offense is more entertaining as well. I personally like defensive games, I like the physicality of it, but I can also appreciate a good shootout. My year two take on the rebuild has actually been exactly what I expected. I'm not at all disappointed with the way things have gone. We have had a very tough schedule to start the season. I think a lot of people got all hyped about the end of last year, but we played either bad teams tanking for a pick, or playoff teams that were in chill mode (Eagles, Pats). It shouldn't be a surprise or a let down that this team is currently sitting at 1-3. Look at who we have played. New England can hang with anyone in the league and is probably a playoff team again this year, San Fran has a Super Bowl roster, Seattle with Wilson is easily a contender in the NFL, and the Buffalo Bills are my sleeper SB pick this year if they stay healthy. I mention the 49ers because that will be our 4th loss of the season. I'm prepared for this team to only win 5 or 6 games this year. In fact, upon looking at our schedule, I can see a 4-12 record for the year. In short, I think the team plays hard, but until we find a cornerstone at the quarterback position, we're going to struggle. We have no dominant running back to lean on either, so it makes it even harder. If you're not going to have a Derrick Henry on your team, then you better have a great quarterback that can lead and also give you a chance to win every Sunday.