The problem is, even with a healthy roster Frank has been suspect at best. His ability to have his team ready to start the season is non-existent. His ability to adjust his game plan in the face of stagnation is not present. His playing time is binary and rigid. His substitution patterns are not consistent with top performers. This timeouts are woefully late and his insistence on earning playing time while cementing those in the lineup who are routinely sub-par does not warrant another 82 game waiting period as far as I'm concerned. A good coach finds a way to get more out of his players than expected and helps them to improve. Playing the hand you're dealt means actually playing that hand, not just folding the hand and shrugging.