The loss of Jay Gruden ends three year’s of Arena football play calling. The end of passing long on third and short. The end of short out passes leading to pick sixes and a return to a constant running game. We can get back to a day where the power back doesn’t run sweeps and the extraordinary rookie running back Gio Bernard runs sweeps. Back to the day where we run screens every quarter not just a few in the first quarter. Back to the days with the priority of driving down the field and getting first downs then scoring. Not the days of throwing long low % plays on third down and losing the games. Gone are the days of unpreparing for a game. Gone are the days of wrong adjustment at half time. Next year will be for a great season. After the record breaking season of Andy Dalton and the prospect of a Hue calling intelligent plays. The team will advance in the playoffs. Good Riddance Jay.