So, game after game the offense just plain sucks. Most people blame this on Hill and the OL, plus Sing's prized offense.
In desperation, Hill is benched. The offense is better, but not good.
Then, again in desperation, the team goes to the spread when way behind and did quite well on a couple of occasions. Still, Sing/Raye continued with their traditional offense.
Then, all of the skill position players (all, evidently!) went to Sing to get him to change to the spread.
Sing tells them to go see Raye, it was Raye's call.
So, they go to Raye and the offense seems to have changed.
Sing seems really detached from this sort of offense. You can see his expression on the sideline. I don't think he likes this at all and would go back to smash-mouth in a second if it wasn't for all the complaints and booing and such (which always leads to unemployment).
What we don't know is whether York may have called Sing on what was happening with the offense he was running.
Can a reluctantly adaptive HC and OC really bring the team up to the level of the Saints, etc, teams with creative offenses, or will they be mired down in quaint philosophies that only get them so far?