Sorry, but the "4" games issue doesn't apply. Last year's bowl game was after most of coaching staff left, and the players felt abandoned. Jesus couldn't have coached a victory out of that situation, and you know it.
As for the three games this year, it's way too early to judge anything. Let's look at the issues:
Hurricane Harvey causes first game to be cancelled, and most players worried about flooded state of their families. Did CMA handle that life situation poorly? I think not. I thought he handled it very well.
Second game is actually our first game of the year. It's on the road, with a 9:30 p.m. kickoff. Sure, as expected, offense was more than rusty. No game experience yet. However, D played well, and we got the W. So, that qualifies as a positive.
Third game is actually team's second game. A large victory, and the second teamers got plenty of PT in the second half. Again, that was a good situation
Fourth game is played at 11:00 a.m., in the heat of the day, in September, in Houston Texas. In other words, a sauna on the field, against a team averaging 54 points per game, and about 620 yards per game coming into the game. We held them to 27 points, and except for 3 long plays on defensive mishaps (kids do get tired when playing in 100+ degree heat on the field with 80 percent humidity), we held their vaunted O to about 250 yards. That's playing pretty good D. As for the O, the QB played poorly, the WRs were inconsistent, play-calling was inconsistent, and of course, the killer, 5 turnovers. Oh, without those turnovers, we probably win the game.
So, after really one poor game, you're ready to throw the coaching staff under the bus. Yeah, right, you know football.