Honestly, I didn't think your post was out of line at all. If anything, I commend you for stating a good observation that may be against the majority. I think people are reading too much into the post since, as you may have seen, Braxton Miller is kind of a touchy subject here. Now that's not entirely why I'm posting, but I think In that post you did make two great points:
First: I agree with you that I think one of our biggest threats to repeating is how the QB situation is handled. For example, let's say Braxton starts and OSU comes out of the gate slow or, heaven forbid, loses a game. You know there will be people calling for Cardale or JT. This can happen to ANYONE we put behind center, heck we did the same thing with Bauserman 4 years ago and I'll be the first to admit I thought Guiton should have started over Miller. With that said, I feel it's our job as fans to respect the coaches decision and support whoever they pick to run this offense through good times and bad. I'm trying to start this campaign early so we, as fans, don't exacerbate the situation should the QB Urban picks comes out slow.
Second, and this may be the most interesting of your points: you noted in the last paragraph that Meyers love for Miller may be our saving grace or our downfall. If anyone's followed Brims recruiting articles, it seems to me this has "head vs heart" decision written all over it from Urban. In my "way too early objective mind reader arm chair coach" opinion his head says JT or Cardale based on their passing abilities, but it's pretty obvious from his presser comments that his heart is with Miller. It will be interesting come August/September if he goes with his head or heart. If I remember Birms articles correctly (and please feel free to correct if I'm wrong) heart usually wins over head. Let's just hope if he does go heart, it doesn't backfire on him considering it's already been reported that the decision is weighing on him.