Seeing problems and fixing problems are two different things. One is easy.
In circumstances like we face now (i.e. an entire lineup failing), isn't it customary to fire the manager and hope you get a bump from the players under a new guy?
Calling everybody bums and stiffs is a little childish. Almost everybody is playing below their expected standard. Why is that?
I'm not sure 2005 was a great offense but I'll let the numbers guys argue about that. I think it did prove that doing the little things like moving runners, bunting, defense, etc. are as important as the big ones. We won a lot of 1 run games if I remember correctly, especially early in the season.
I think 2005 was a great team. People picked each other up.