Can I just say something for the record again? Whether it was GM or HC, the Chargers did the exact opposite of what many fans, including people ON THIS SITE, thought they would do. They didn't have a coronation for Jimmy Raye, instead they brought the Wolf in and went all over the country. Then they hired a 40yr old whiz kid, someone who survived the purge in Indy and was a top name among candidates for GM. They didn't go for a re-tread, they didn't do the obvious thing with Arians. Within 48hrs of the Broncos losing the Chargers put in a request, sent their plane down, picked him up and interviewed him. From there they sent their jet AGAIN to pick him up bring him here and sign him. All within four days of his season ending, Spanos went out & got a guy that was THE hottest candidate on the market from our primary rival as soon as his season ended. Now the team has a 40yr old GM, a 40yr old coach and a 42yr old soon to be head of football operations in J. Spanos. This is a young talented group of guys coming into this with a clean fresh perspective. Is this a guaranteed slam dunk? Nope. I have no crystal ball and I have no idea if he'll be Mike McCarthy or Kevin Gilbride. Having said that, Spanos went out and did what NONE of us expected but many of us hoped. He was aggressive, thorough and brought a fresh perspective to the team. If in 4 yrs this doesn't work, I'll be with everyone calling for their heads but TODAY the universal approval of both decisions and the breath of fresh air it entails should be applauded and celebrated.