I said something similar, 'who cares what the players think, most won't be back next year.' As of right now, I really do not care what any of the players think, I want a change in culture and I think we are seeing it.
I think it is only fair to give Haslett another chance stevenaa. I know that is not a popular opinion. I do not think Haslett calls a good game, which is mandatory for a 3-4 system. However, in his defense he has not had the personnel he needs to run this scheme properly. That alone should buy him another year.
Now we do not know the conversations between Shanny and Haslett. Maybe Haslett said that we had the right personnel. Don't know why he would say that, just hypothetical. If he had said that, he might need to find a new job. If Shanny forced the 3-4 and Haslett had to deal with it, then it is not entirely on Haslett and he still recieves another year.
Plus, with the organisation wanting more consistency, it would be bad practice to fire a coach. Of course there is a flip side to this as well. Shanny's main undoing in Denver was refusing to fire his defensive coach and friend Bob Slowik (who is now our defensive backs coach). At least that was one of the reasons reported at the time.
Maybe Shanny will fire Haslett based on his own past, but I think he will stick around and be allowed to perform next year. If we do not see improvement next year, he may look for another job.