Just some thoughts after our last game. Some alarm bells are going off which I thought I'd never see under a John Hufnagel run club. I'd be interested in fans feedback here. Either I am on the money or off base. I think Calgary has a very good coaching staff which gives me some hope to cling to that things will get better. Where I believe that the Stamps have really fallen down in recent seasons is in player personnel. Decisions to release players, not signing adequate or better replacements, deliberately sitting out the FA market thinking this team was still a GC contender & a bad CFL draft this year. We took Ameet Pall & passed on some other blue chippers. We could have taken a kid like Sam Hurl in the second round & didn't. These decisions are coming back to haunt us big time. It's alarming to know our Canadian strength on the offensive line & receiver is just not good enough. We haven't had any dominant Canadian receivers since Ryan Thelwell & Brett Ralph. That was 2008 & 2009. We started an inexperience Johnny Forzani before he was really ready to play & have suffered thru his growing pains the past 2 seasons. Some games he is great & others not so great. Why was he allowed to start being so green yet Anthony Parker who is probably more pro ready languishes on the bench? I won't get into any politics here but it can't help be noticed. The other conclusion I have come to is that the Stamps got to this point because of arrogance & complacency. I think Huff was going a bit soft thinking he had the CFL world by the tail. That the Stamps are the best organization in the CFL. That they draft better than anyone else. That the players they have are better than anybody else. Well, welcome back to reality. I think that kind of thinking has hurt this team. The edge had gone off this organization. Maybe this will be a wake up call & whatever happens this season will drive Huff & company to not be complacent anymore & to rethink the way they recruit & sign players. Hopefully get that sense of urgency back Huff had when he first got here.