Last Elias spoke, he supported Hyde and said their vision for the future includes him in it. But Hyde is the daily, front-facing figure of these continuous losing runs, and that gets old after a while. It doesn’t help that nothing comes easily for this team, but most considerations of his or anyone’s future should center mostly on two things. First, what did anyone expect to be different that another manager might have made happen? And second, is the team prepared to play each night?