It was depressing watching last night because there's a division rival who has the Pats number, and Bill seemingly can't figure out a way to even stay competitive with them (except in a game where the wind was blowing a thousand miles an hour). You might even say two of the three teams in the division have the Pats number right now, and Bill hasn't been able to figure out how to fix that. Thank God for the Jets, but it's tough to make any real noise in the league when you can't beat the teams in your own division.
That said, 6-6 seems like a pretty good record considering what he has to work with on the roster, and really all three teams in the division have better talent, so maybe he still can coach? Yeah that NFL Network Top 100 list is just a stupid list, but I don't think the Pats had anyone on it last year, and while Stevenson and Judon probably belong on there, I don't think anyone else is close this year either. They have, what, 4-5 starters who you can say are above average NFL players (Stevenson, Judon, Jakobi maybe, Dugger . . . anyone else? Barmore if he's healthy maybe, maybe Andrews if he's healthy). They probably have marginally better depth than a lot of NFL teams, but they lack the top end talent that wins games in the NFL. Particularly if your QB isn't a star the rest of the roster has to have a bunch of them, and they don't have it.
So, that's on BB the GM then? I don't know. I think Bill has earned the right to coach until he doesn't want to anymore (within reason, obviously if they go 3-14 or something then you have to reevaluate), but for the first time in a long time I can say I wouldn't be sad if he decided to hang them up after the season.