I have coached other sports but never football. Coaches are supposed to be teachers, teaching the finer points of the game, even if the players don't absorb everything at once, there should be a progression in the skill level of the players. Both JP and Trent were supposed to have promise coming out of college but they all do at that stage. JP looked like he did a steady spiral downward. This year Trent looks a lot like JP did at the end.
Could it be that the Bills coaches are destroying promising QB's (as well as other players)? Bill Walsh, who knows a few things about QB's, was high on Trent coming out of Stanford. Is it possible to draft these guys that turn out to be that bad, which would indicate poor scouting or are the coaches that bad or all of the above.
Finally, I know it won't happen but why not let Fred Jackson be the QB? I know it won't happen but what have you got to lose at this point in the season? Ryan Fitzpatrick isn't the savoir. Jackson hasn't been getting as many touches since Lynch came back and he's too good of an athlete to be sitting around on a team this bad anyway. You could really do some fun things with the Wildcat. I know its nuts but what the heck.