So now he feels it may be necessary to clean house again?
He helped to create it.
That's like Victor Frankenstein creating the monster, realizing he made a mistake, and that he must do something before the monster gets out of hand. Yet in the end, he's the one destroyed by the very monster he created.
I've always liked Marvin. It can't be denied what he has done to change that "culture of losing" with the Bengals.
But over time he has fueled my doubts when it comes to his control, discipline, and leadership of this team.
Who is really running the ship?