Because it’s probably over.
But like I noted here, at least he got a chance to prove himself on the field, which is all any player can ask. And if a guy who has barely played in the league doesn’t become a quality starter right away, well, how shocking is that? I’m not sure what the right expectation level is there, especially with the mostly-inferior talent on offense except for Forte and Cutler.
It’s not a recipe for success, and it isn’t putting Hanie in a position to succeed. But Angelo, Smith, and the rest of this clown car management will happily point the finger at Hanie instead of realizing they don’t know much about scouting, drafting, or developing players on the offensive side of the ball.