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  • kjones407

    After reading about that article about the top 5 tackles Kampman has been up against, it made wish Ryan Clady was the player we traded up to get in the 2008 draft. Of coure we all know that Derrick Harvey was that player, but Clady went four picks later to the Broncos. Granted, we probably wouldn’t have our beloved Eugene Monroe right now, but who knows. But maybe Gene still would’ve drafted Monroe moved one of them to the RT spot and made Britton to guard. Of course it’s easy to say all of this in retrospect.

    I read the article by Pete Brisco before I read his opening statment, which made the rest of it questionable to me. To say Troy Polumalu is good, but not great makes me question his ability to grade football players accurately. That’s nonsense if I’ve ever heard it and I bet no player in league would agree with that accusation.

    I’ve yet to read anything worth the time it took to read it from bleacherreport.com. It’s like they throw stuff together without doing any research. Of all players to suggest we need on our team, Chad Ochocinco is the player? Right! I didn’t even look at the other links from them.

    Lastly, for the owner of the Colts to say that about Wayne Weaver and his commitment to this city should say a lot to the fans who even question whether or not Wayne will allow this team to relocate to L.A. (or anywhere else for that matter) should be put at ease after that comment.

  • Andrew Hofheimer

    The Jim Irsay tweet really made me look at him in a completely new light – so much of his tweets border on absurd, but it was very nice to see some (what appeared to be) heartfelt appreciation for Wayne Weaver. Mr. Weaver certainly deserves more of that, especially from the city of Jacksonville.

    As for the BleacherReport articles, I like them mostly for their hilarity. Sadly, their original content all too often follows the mold that is way too common on the internet these days – a “cookie cutter” article with little thought. As in this case, it looks more like they took the Jaguars perceived need (receiver) and threw out the first 5 free agents they thought of with no real thought as to who would actually fit the team. (i.e. – Lance Moore, at 5’8″ would be a “no way” option, as we already have a fair share of smaller receivers and need more “big guys”).