If they don't at least start the process, we could miss out on the best coaches out there, like Kelly and Gruden. I hope they are at least setting some wheels in motion, because it is becoming apparent that Tomlin just isn't getting it done. The 5 game losing streak in 2009 and now this: Losses to Oak., Cle., TN and SD. That is beyond embarrassing. And we nearly lost to KC and Philly - two other teams that we should have beat by 14 or 21. There is something VERY wrong with this team, and the bucks stops at head coach. He has failed to get the team to give any where near full effort other than in the big games that players naturally would get up for. You can't just get up for the big games; you have to get up for every game. Sure, one loss to a bad team happens and shouldn't be too critical; but losing four games to the 4 worst teams in the league, and almost losing to the other two worst teams is totally unacceptable. And Tomlin's game day decisions are becoming to be known as pathetic.