A few people have incorrectly claimed that Castillo needs to be fired, and that he didn't do jack in Philly, and that he's only here because He's John's buddy. All of them are stupid reasons.
Let's look at the stats fellas. Castillo was Philly's OL coach from 98-2010.
In 2010, Philly had the #5 rushing offense and #2 total offense. 29th in sacks allowed.
In 2009, 11th in total offense and, while ranked 22nd in total rush yards, they ranked 11th in YPC. 1st in sacks allowed.
In 2008, 9th in total yards, 22nd in rush yards, and 21st in average. Here's a down year. 7th in sacks allowed.
In 2007, 6th in total yards, 8th in rush yards, and 2nd in YPC. 28th in sacks allowed.
In 2006, 2nd in total yards, 11th in rush yards, and 5th in YPC. 8th in sacks allowed.
In 2005, 19th in total yards, and 28th in rush, and 16th in YPC. 21st in sacks allowed.
I'm not going back all the way to 1998.
As you can see, Castillo is qualified for the position, and is not the problem. While there were a few down years and some shaky stat numbers, Philly's offense did well in his tenure there. The Castillo complaints are unfounded. He is a good coach, and if you think he's the problem, you are just plain silly.
Edit: At the time, I felt Castillo's track record was good enough to where we should trust him and his schemes. Now, that is not the case. Castillo is definitely a big part of the problem, and now the schemes are changing. I have no issue admitting when I am wrong, and here I am saying it: I was wrong about this.
Edited by The Raven, 20 October 2013 - 03:01 PM.