Decisions, decisions. Everything a coach does is predicated on decisions. They must decide who to play and when to play them and what plays should be ran and the most appropriate time they should be ran.
Then they must sit back and hope the players are in the proper position to make the proper plays which should be the case if they've made the proper decision.
After all of this, then it's time to face the music. If a decision yields a successful result, praise will follow. If it backfires, there is more than enough blame to go around.
That said, what are some things the staff could do differently?