Originally Posted by ccoolahan14
I'm so sick of hearing about Ryan Clark. I swear he gets more media attention than Ed Reed, solely because he plays for one of the media's favorite teams (the guy wasn't good enough for the Redskins for crying out loud...now he's a pro bowler? Meanwhile, Chris Hope was a "pro bowler" with the Steelers, he goes to the Titans and we never hear about him again...Because like Clark, he was all media hype because he played for the Steelers).
He always says he doesn't
There are some interesting options too look at in terms of left tackles in 2013. I'm not talking about Jake Long who will be a FA, he will totally be out of our reach. However there are some other solid options that we could probably afford. This is assuming that Bryant McKinnie is not extended or doesn't stay with us after 2012.
Duane Brown (6'4, 320 lbs):
I really like this guy, he has been an excellent tackle in that crazy ZBS that the Texans run, he has paved the way for
Imagine a front four on passing downs of
That would be rediculous. Aint gonna happen, but one can dream.
Originally Posted by mfdoom42
I guess I'm in the minority but I love this move. I've been a Jacoby Jones fan for about 3 years now, although I no longer think he will make the jump to stardom I was hoping for after his strong run at the end of 2009. He's still an excellent return man who can be an occasional deep threat in 3-WR sets, plus his athleticism allows for some creativity (i.e. gadget plays) if they decide to go down that road again.
7million dollar end around