Obviously - re-upping Lapolice to a fresh contract after the bomber stumbled and fumbled their way into the Grey Cup. When asked why he did this Mack answered that a coach needs the confidence of his players and the only way to do this was to have a long term guaranteed contract. Is that so, Joe? Then why not give Burke the same courtesy? He's on an assistant's contract with no guarantee. Will the players play for a career assistant with little job security? Apparently not if today was any example. Besides, what business is it of players the contract status of their head coach? You can't have it both ways Country Joe.