You have to admit, as frustrating as Sing is sticking to running it up the gut, he actually is much more willing to make changes to find improvements. Nolan would never make such changes:
1. Moving the headset to Goldson
2. Pulling JT O'Sullivan, and then pulling Hill.
3. Trying to make changes on the OL - Pashos to tackle, Smith to guard
4. Cuts Rossum.
5. Demotes Clements
6. Simplified the D right away
I think our fan frustration now might actually be from the fact that we can see the potential and want it realized right now. But Sing seems to be doing things right - giving a plan time to try and work, and then when it is apparent its not, making a transition.
If this is the real case, then he should have an excellent idea of the personnel changes we need for next year. IMHO - Targeting OL talent, finding a true pass rushing threat, getting a premiere safety alongside Goldson, and getting some secondary and running back depth. (This assumes Alex is the answer at QB at least while Nate Davis develops behind him.)