- May 8, 2003
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- Orlando, Florida
You and others are also spinning, I see no difference. Who said they were making mistakes? The proof is in the pudding my man. You are comparing what a mediocre franchise is doing (Miami) and saying it is better than what WC and playoff teams do (KC,Pitt and Balt).
We are trending up but to think that Grier and Flores **** rainbows is funny. They are not infoulable and have made many questionable personnel moves and picks. I just think Flores can cover up a lot because he is the best coach we have had since JJ at the very least and possibly Shula. But again he has not shown the ability to get much out of the offense. So excuse myself and others if we are a wee bit skeptical.
A lack of production and three OC's, including a two headed monster this yr will certainly add to that skepticism.
Maybe those teams are good playoff teams, and maybe you are right. History tells us that most regimes in miami have a good year or two, and then followed up by people getting fired so in a way I can see your perspective. With that said, on paper right now Fitz, this team improved greatly, specially in defense. We held the 6th ranked defense all year long last season, added a pass rusher, future safety, and improved our defense. The offense right now is questionable in spite of us adding players, and that is because we don't know how this two coordinator gig is going to end up in offense. However, this topic is about runningbacks and I already pointed out some cold hard facts for teams that chose rb over much needed positions. If you don't think that the Jaguars adding a rb over a defensive player with a 31st ranked defense, and that the steelers adding a rb over an offensive lineman, or the chiefs choosing a rb over an offensive linemen aren't sound moves for a team then you aren't looking at those facts right.