I think you're being a bit over the top in your anger here. We are talking about the greatest coach in NFL history and you are saying you think he has no plan to rebuild this team? Really?
Bill recreated his team every year. It was normal for Bill to bring in 20-30 new players every year yet they still won and won and won. They went through multiple and very different types of offense and defense over the years, built around trying to maximize the strength of their players while hiding their weaknesses.
Bill is a great coach. Love Bill as a coach.
His track record in finding and bringing in younger talent over the last 5-10 years isn't great.
You mention that he's retooled the team numerous times over the last couple of decades, and that's true. But he always had a centerpiece at QB who lowered the degree of difficulty for that endeavor.
I want to see some kind of recognition from the team that they do not have enough talent, on a fundamental level, to be an exciting and competitive team, and that simply patching over those holes with middle-late round draft picks and disciplined, middle of the road free agency signings will not be enough to alter that.
If Bill has the mindset that he's too old to do another rebuild and he wants to compete for the playoffs every season, I respect that. He's earned it. But if that's how he feels, then I think he should do like Brady and go join a franchise that has more talent already in place. The Pats aren't going anywhere until they commit to rebuilding the core of the roster.
When Brady decided to leave, I felt ready for the Pats to make a fresh start. It was such a slog with Brady toward the end. They didn't have pieces around him to make his job easy, which as great as he is was necessary given his age. I was looking forward to Brady's departure giving the team a chance to be creative and become a bit more dynamic, maybe a bit younger and more athletic, instead of trying to just retool perpetually around an aging pocket passer.
I figured they would be bad, but they would be different and hopefully a more fun / unpredictable version than what we saw in 2018 and 2019. Boy was I wrong.
Now we're more than a year out from Brady's departure, the Pats are coming off a boring and disappointing season where they could barely score a TD against anyone, they apparently want to bring back the same basic team they had last year but with some of the usual caliber of reinforcements, and there's no indication that they understand the basic truth that until they find another franchise QB, they have no present and no future.