I like Mike Munchak as a person. He seems like a nice dude, and he obviously knows the game of football. He was a Hall of Fame offensive lineman and a great offensive line coach.
With all of that being said, he is really slow to make some important decisions as a head coach. Obviously he is going to make a change at returner. Running Darius Reynaud out there again after today's debacle might get him fired on the spot. He know that so a change will be made.
The problem I have with this is that Reynaud has been terrible as a returner all season long. It all started when he fielded the opening kickoff of the season and took a knee for a safety. Those of us who watch every game have been screaming for him to be out since then. Heck, I wrote a post before the final cuts were even made about how they didn't need to carry a return man on the roster. The fact that it took a day like today to force the change is ridiculous.
You can't be reactionary in today's NFL. You can't punt on 4th and 1 when you are down 24-0 in the 3rd quarter, you can't kick a field goal when you are down 24-0 in the 4th quarter, and you can't wait until your return man makes multiple egregious errors in the same game to make a chance.
And don't even get me started on having Reynaud on the field as a receiver over Britt to start the game.
Until Mike Munchak figures these things out he will not be a successful head coach in the NFL.