In response to tcal2-'s comment:
Well Tex and everyone this is how I look at it. It's like the brand new 75 story glass and metal skyscraper we all ooh and aah at when it first opened. It's beautiful to look at and admire from afar.
What we didn't see is the construction forman had the foundation cement mixed with too much sand, the beams were joined with 2 instead of 4 bolts and the welds all substandard.
So when that 75 story building we all loved and ooh and ahh at comes crashing down 13 years later then yes I feel the Forman needs to be held accountable.
There are a lot of posters jumping on me for believing in accountability but that's how the world I live in revolves. Also I'm a firm believer that the players win Championships not the coaches.
RESPONSE: And you're forming this opinion because BB risked his 113th overall pick in the 2010 draft to select a guy with first round talent, who had slipped due to character issues? Where was this condemnation of BB when Hernandez was tearing up the league, from 2010-12?
Why not blame Bob Kraft, too? After the 23 year old AH was signed to that $40mil. deal with a $12.5mil. signing bonus, Kraft stated the following, "I just think he's (AH) a super player and really a first-class guy. Some people might see all the tattoos on him and think...maybe 10 years ago I was in that class. (Now) I think...Wow, this guy's a good guy...and we made a big commitment to him.": http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/9411208/risk-vs-reward-aaron-hernandez-case
Sorry...but you're way off base here.