The remainder of the season is going to be an interesting exercise in diagnostics, a MRI exam of the guts and bones of this team. They will find out how certain people behave in crisis, and who has real leadership. Who will stay true to the platitudes they mouthed when things went well? Who will bow to external pressure? Who will behave straightforwardly, and who will not? Who will confuse ego and control with actual command? Who will be more interested in being right, than in doing right?
It will be a referendum not just on whether the Shanahans have enough managerial agility to survive, but whether they have cultivated enough team loyalty. It also will be a referendum on whether Griffin has actual leadership, or just mouths it. We will find out who this kid, so heavily lacquered with talent and glamour, really is.
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BOOM! Sally really laying into Griffin over the course of this column. Can't say I disagree, dude is coming off more and more like a douche with every press conference. I wouldn't mind seeing Cousins at this point.