"As a coach or decision-maker in an NFL building, you don't care what round they're drafted in, you don't care who drafted them," Fox said. "You don't care if they're short, fat, whatever. You just care: Can they play? So all that other stuff is poppycock...The goofy thing is, it's almost like if he doesn't have success it will be anybody's fault but his. It's almost that kind of polarizing thing. They'll say it could be his supporting cast, or the type of plays. At the end of the day, we are what we are. We're doing everything we can to win, and we're finding out about a young quarterback, good, bad or indifferent."
It is quite obvious that John Fox is feeling the heat. "[I]t's almost like if he doesn't have success it will be anybody's fault but his."