Mediocrity not Meritocracy
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12-29-2011, 05:26 PM
Join Date: Nov 2010
As usual, the article as so many holes to it. Cox would at least be a semi-decent journalist if he knew how to put across his opinions objectively and not double speak. Mentioning Wilson gloating over his extenstion - just an example of why the article reeks of personal attack rather than providing objective perspective. I would care less if a journalist was bias but at least owned up to it. Cox's work reeks of bias but he tries to dress it up in objectivity and fails miserably.
Cox did a previous article that suggested that Wilson was finally given a fair chance with a roster that is capable of making playoffs. If Cox has recognized that Wilson's past rosters extremely limited Wilson's ability to help coach into the post-season, why is he using Wilson's past record in Toronto as a jab at him? Cox can't seem to keep track of the things he writes.
And the biggest flaw to his argument is that he admits to believing that if Wilson fails to take the team to the playoffs, he will be fired - so how does this embrace mediocrity if you are openly acknowledging that despite the contract, Wilson's job is not guaranteed?
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