The criticism of Bosko is definitely a result of zero return on our investment so far rather than just the one game. DeRo didn't have a great game, but he's earned that luxury. I'm not concerned that Bosko didn't do much against Montreal. I'm concerned that in the entire time he's been here he's either never been fit enough or never impressed enough in practice to get significant time on the field. I've seen him make nice plays, but I've yet to see him have a nice game. I don't expect him to run up and down the field like Kitchen or DeLeon. I don't expect him to score a bunch. I do expect him to not pass the ball back to McDonald when he's under no pressure. I do expect him to get involved in the attack rather than just slot a nice through ball from time to time and then watch what happens. Salihi still gets the benefit of the doubt. DeRo gets a free pass for being MVP. Santos gets forgiven all his bad plays because he's scored some goals. Pontius is also coming off a devastating injury but he was brilliant before the injury and is already showing improvement. Najar is young and was the lone bright spot on the team for many games the last two years. Korb costs almost nothing and shouldn't be starting anyway. Bosko has used up his free passes (perhaps through no fault of his own), is costing the team a lot, and doesn't have a body of work to fall back on. A few flashes of calm ball control and decent passing aren't enough. Still, hope springs eternal. I remain intrigued by a Salihi-Bosko lineup.