Marvin ain't going nowhere, and if he did, it would be a huge mistake. Sometimes it takes a few years to learn all the ropes as a head coach and get things where they need to be. Some coaches are successful right out of the chute, but many others need time. Tony Dungy, Jeff Fisher, Mike Holmgren, and Bill Belichick are some who come to mind as having only moderate success their first few years in the league, only to have everything come together later. I would hate to see Marvin leave here, only to win a Super Bowl somewhere else. I'm as disgusted as anyone with the state of affairs this year, and have felt this season tanking ever since the blowout to NE followed by the embarassment at Tampa Bay. But I do think that Lewis will eventually get everything into place to make a legitimate run at a title.