Richardson goes number one in SI’s re-draft

Look at where the Jets 13th pick from the 2013 NFL Draft went in SI’s Don Banks recent re-draft?  Banks chose the Jets Sheldon Richardon to to go number one overall.

Richardson was a disruptive and productive force from Day 1 for the Jets, and he excelled at stuffing the run, while also proving he could regularly find his way into the backfield (15.5 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, 33 quarterback pressures). Richardson, who got my vote for the league’s Defensive Rookie of the Year, even turned into a useful Jumbo fullback late in the year and scored a pair of goal-line situation touchdowns.

Brian Bassett, TheJetsBlog.com

We wouldn’t argue with Banks at all in this pick.  Richardson had a helluva year for a rookie and we’re glad that writers like him voted for Richardson as the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Year.  Richardson did a phenomenal job against the run in his rookie year, and we can’t wait to see how his pass rush skills will increase with more time with the coaching staff.

We’ve said before it would be a nice feather in the cap of the Jets 8-8 season if Richardson wins the DROY and it would be a good indicator to the league that the Jets know what they are doing with their personnel as we move into the second year of a new front office.




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UncleJoesJetFarm
UncleJoesJetFarm

Sherman has arrived at Newark Airport, NJ.  Hail to the king.

jaym
jaym

WHAT A CIRCUS


Report: Dolphins GM Candidates Wanted To “Clean House”

Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that GM candidates Nick Caserio and Lake Dawson did not meet the Dolphins criteria for the position because they wanted to clean house at some point.

Caserio was reportedly willing to make sweeping changes to the organization right away and hire a new head coach. Dawson, on the other hand, was willing to keep current HC Joe Philbin for the upcoming season, but wanted the ability to make changes next year.

Salguero’s source added that Caserio was “highly impressive” during his meeting with the team did have interest in the position.

Owner Stephen Ross is reportedly “completely committed to Philbin as the Dolphins head coach this year and beyond” and is even willing to give him some say with regards to the team’s 53-man roster.

Previous reports indicated that the team’s overall power structure was likely a sticking point for interested candidates, and Salguero’s source seem to corroborate this notion. Although the made it clear that Dennis Hickey will have “final say over the draft, free agency and the 53-man roster.”

Meanwhile, Adam Beasley reports that “several Dolphins players have already privately expressed that they want out of this situation.”

Beasley adds that “real consequences” could be coming for the Dolphins based on how they’ve managed their situation in the past few weeks.

Even if things aren’t as bad as some believe they are with the Dolphins front office and ownership, they clearly have a perception issue that could impact their ability to sign another top-tier free agent or even lure a top coaching candidate should they ultimately replace Philbin at some point in the near future.

harvlis
harvlis

Richardson is just one of the beasts that we are developing on this D-line.  I hope Idzik is smart enough to get a pass rusher for this D-line.  I can't even imagine how tough our defense would be, if we picked up someone like Greg Hardy or Brian Orakpo. 

MarshRandy
MarshRandy

I need to remind myself to curb my enthusiasm/criticism immediately after the draft. Last year most writers were down on the Richardson pick but Brian Winters in the 3rd was almost universally praised ("He's a mauler. Nasty" - everyone)


Love ya Boss Hogg 

jetlife
jetlife

@harvlis With the exception of Pace, who would be replaced? And Why

bradysucks
bradysucks

Winters is a mauler and he is improving. You can't judge a draft until about 3-4 years have passed

harvlis
harvlis

@jetlife@harvlis It's a defensive rotation.  They would start over Pace.  Pace was able to get into the backfield and get 10 sacks but, he is not known as a great pass rusher.  A great pass rusher would have a field day with this d-line.  If they double-teamed the pass rusher, our interior linemen can win the one on one matchups all day long.  If we can sign Pace for a reasonable amount, I would love him to be part of the rotation.. 

harold
harold

Winters is an improving mauler. Geno and Hill are busts who should be dicarded immediately. Okay, I am glad your objectivity knows no bounds.

a57se
a57se

@bradysucks 

Except for Stephen Hill who at 22 is already a bust according to Bradysucks.....

harold
harold

I like Golden Tate just think we need a potential 1 or at least 1A. I think Tate is at best a 2 and I think you draft those guys unless you are getting them cheap. Tate will cost too much considering his upside imo. I like him but not for our situation.

rstysanchz
rstysanchz

@harold i say we go for golden tate hes only gonna be 26 next year it will be his 5th season so hes got good experience his stats get better every year and hes a threat with punt returns...young and experienced going into his prime years

rstysanchz
rstysanchz

@harvlis @rstysanchz @harold oh it would be great to have somone opposite coples but i think youll see coples get more comfortable in that stand up role...by the end of the season he was getting in the backfield alot 

harold
harold

Cro is already geting cut.

The front seven will eventually have to sign Wilkerson, Coples, and Richardson. The guy you are bringing in will be a top notch player so you are talking about a 5 year deal. By year 3 of his deal you will have a massive amount of money tied up in your front 7. Not including Demario Davis if he continues to improve.

I was not saying you need to sign 2 or 3 rushers. I hope that clears it up.

harvlis
harvlis

@harold All it takes is one pass rusher.  We will have lots of cap room and plenty of draft picks.  I would cut Cro, before I would cut Harris.

harold
harold

Everybody likes great. But you cannot over invest in one part of your team. Why not go sign Decker, Boldin and Nicks. Because it is too much for one part of your team. Lets get a quality F/a WR (maybe an additional low cost wr as well) a quality CB, and a quality ILB with coverage skills and cut David Harris.

harvlis
harvlis

@rstysanchz@harold Coples will be better and I think he is a star but, imagine a proven beast playing opposite him.  Think "Sack Exchange".

harvlis
harvlis

@harold Barnes is not bad but, why not have great.  A devastating D-line makes everyone behind them better.  We are one monster pass rusher away from devastating.  Lots of cap room.  Go for it.

rstysanchz
rstysanchz

@harold i think coples is going to be even better at rushing the passer this year too 

harold
harold

We already have Barnes who helped our pass rush and pass defense tremendously. Before he got hurt we were on our way to a top five defense. We would better served resigning Pace for a year and then drafting a future long term option in the 3rd or 4th round who will be ready for primtime in a year or two.

gbrownn
gbrownn

@harvlis@jetlifeYeah I agree with you man. All we need is one consistent outside speed rusher. If its some young rookie we could be a pretty dominant D-Line for the next 6-7 years. There's no reason we shouldn't be.

harold
harold

@bradysucks


I didn't respond yesterday, but the same applies you are kidding right?


We just went through a media circus that derailed a season.  Now you want to do it again?  Not sure I see the logic in that.


We better not draft a potential star QB because Geno is so weak, sensitive, and fragile that it will derail him. Give me a break....(rolls eyes)


Who mentioned any of that?


I am talking about teams and organizations.  To be successful you minimize distractions if possible.


If you want to invite them needlessly, you will continue to be an average franchise at best.


Lastly, I don't roll my eyes I leave that to the Mitches!

a57se
a57se

@bradysucks 

I agree with you Bradysucks. 

There is no harm in bringing in another QB through the draft and with 12 picks and ~$46 million in cap room, the Jets should have NO problem upgrading the talent on offense as well.

UncleJoesJetFarm
UncleJoesJetFarm

@harold 

Harold, take this as a compliment..... I have never seen anyone including myself with more stamina than you. You outlast everyone, lol You are the blog warrior. If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, then baffle them with BS, lol Only kidding, I enjoy your posts, and in my opinion, you are right half the time like the rest of us pugs, but your tenacity is second to none brother, kudos!

bradysucks
bradysucks

I was hoping you were kidding. We better not draft a potential star QB because Geno is so weak, sensitive, and fragile that it will derail him. Give me a break....(rolls eyes)

The media is so scary (rolls eyes)

If we draft Manziel big bad Manish and Cimini and the gang at ESPN will call the Jets a bunch of clowns (rolls eyes) as if they didn't call us the worst team in the NFL AFTER we cut Tebow and drafted Geno (rolls eyes)

You are kidding right?

(Rolls eyes)

harold
harold

You are kidding right?

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold 


DISAGREE!!!!! There will be a media frenzy around the Jets regardless....


Any QB who is going to be a franchise QB for the Jets is going to create a media frenzy.......Joe Namath, if he was a young rookie in 2014 playing Quarterback for the Jets, would create a massive media frenzy.....Look what Namath did back in 1968 when the media was TINY in comparison to what it is today!!!!


You can't fear the media and play in NY. Tebow is a unique guy and the Jets FED that media frenzy by giving him hos own press conferences. You can't be afraid to draft a potential STAR QB because you are AFRAID of the media.......This is INSANITY

harold
harold

I would love it if we get someone better than any player on our roster. But you have no guarantee Manziel will be that. You are making a poor risk reward proposition. You immediately get intense media scrutiny that can seriously undermine your team.

We were not that far away, but what you invite is a tebow-esque media frenzy especially if your new pick is no better or worst. Than you are getting peppered with questions about your organizational direction, judgment and future. Not smart at all.

Just dont see that beinga successful strategy for an organization.

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold 


If the Jets are fortunate enough to draft a guy like Manziel in round 1 and Manziel learns a pro offense and outplays Geno Smith in pre-season and wins the starting job then you should celebrate.


Competition is the nature of the NFL and there is ALWAYS somebody behind you looking to take your job. The players know this. 


I don't think Geno is anything like Sanchez . I think he is more serious minded and less emotional. 


I really don't care who the QB is as long as it is a guy who we can win a super bowl with.


By the way, if Geno can't handle the pressure of the Jets drafting a QB to compete with him then there is no way he will be able to handle the pressure of leading a team to a super bowl in NY.

I think Geno is mature and can "handle" competition......who knows...he may use it as motivation


We should only be so fortunate as to have both Geno and Manziel......This is quite different than having Tebow and Sanchez........

harold
harold

It not about the players only. If you are selecting players environment is equaly important. We saw Sanchez go from slightly below average to a disaster under the wrong conditions.

That is why I think it is also reason it would be a poor decision to bring in another high draft choice at qb. I believe Geno would win out. Just dont know if it is worth it to make that selection, when I think we have an easier path to winning games.

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold 


It is highly unlikely the Jets draft a QB in the first 2 rounds of this draft. If they take one they will probably use the extra 3rd round pick they acquired from the Bucs in the Revis trade.......


My only point is that if an OPPORTUNITY presents itself to get a player like Manziel who could be the next FAVRE type of QB then the Jets should go for it. I don't think such an opportunity will present itself......but I think finding a QB is the main job of any NFL GM because the position is the most important position in pro sports. The Packers drafted Aaron Rodgers when they had Favre......You don't pass up the chance to draft a QB who might be special......


There is much to like about Geno......but not enough that I would pass up the chance to take a guy in the draft  who can take Geno's job potentially (if the opportunity presents itself)...


If Geno is the QB you think he is then it won't matter who the Jets draft or trade for at QB because Geno will be better and win the job...





harold
harold

Geno had the same number of games with QBR over 73 (5) and traditional QB rating over 79.2 (7) as Andrew Luck as rookies. The difference in the lows was no really good players for Geno a future Hall of Famer in Reggie Wayne and a player with the 2nd most 100 yard games in his first two seasons behind only Randy Moss.

Drafting a QB is a good strategy next year if you dont see progress and want to oush the incumbent or just start fresh.

That is a sounder approach imo. I can appreciate the competition mantra but a QB you usually just create a story line for the press and undue questions for your team.

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold


Okay......what you just said is a fair point. Any QB would be helped out with better talent around them...


We all want a solid offense and to improve the talent around the QB....


I don't see why anybody should have a problem with John Idzik drafting another QB with talent if one of the good ones in this draft is available. I say this because there are no guarantees with Geno. Even with better talent around him we have no way of knowing if he will separate himself as the QB of the future for the Jets. You prefer to take a WAIT AND SEE APPROACH. I prefer to take a IT TAKES PRESSURE TO MAKE A DIAMOND APPROACH. I'd rather keep trying to upgrade the QB position until one QB CLEARLY SEPARATES HIMSELF AND IS UNQUESTIONABLY THE STARTER in the eyes of coaches and fans.......


We're not there yet....


If a guy like Manziel is there in the draft or can be had at a reasonable price then YES I'D GO FOR IT.......Let the best guy win the job.....Depth at QB is a positive and drafting QB's is salary cap friendly these days....

harold
harold

I moved the goal posts? You sound silly. I have stated the same sound argument throughout. You say take your time but make decision in the thread.

I called you on it somehow I moved the goalposts?

You have consistently said give Geno time but lets draft another QB high. Makes no sense. Give Geno a year with a quality o-line, and consistent WR and TE'S in the passing game.

Am not asking people to give him 4 years, but at least one with solid team would be prudent.

Lastly for you stil have not given a coherent argument as to what the expectations should have been with the supporting cast he had?

And please no your silly rants about turnovers, that is an argument you make about vets. Young QB will have turnovers with the playmakers available, I am speaking from a overall statistical standpoint what could or should have been drastically improved? Again you can mention turnovers but they should not constitute your entire argument.

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold



You keep moving the goal posts and making excuses for guys who haven't produced on the football field. I never once said Geno was a BUST. Please show me where I ever once said this....


I've stressed competition and not falling in love with players who have poor production.....


I never expected Geno to be great as a rookie and was willing to live with growing pains to a point. There is much to like about Geno but there are also many red flags......


Hill on the other hand has been a major disappointment and THUS FAR stinks of BUST....I don't want him starting and don't want to rely on him......If he surprises me then GOODIE GUM DROPS


I think Winters can improve.......but I never said we shouldn't upgrade the guard position if the opportunity presents itself.....


Patience is a virtue......Too much patience is like too much of anything (problematic)


Lipstick on a Pig......and there are many colors and flavors of lipstick on this blog......YAWN

harold
harold

Again no context.

I will continue to watch your busts at QB and WR.

While I keep an eye out for your improving mauler.

I was going to leave it there. But I will continue to post about Geno's year.

Please go find me a QB who had a great season without a top 85 WR, top 10 defense or a top 15 RB.

And then find me one who had 5 games with an ESPN QBR over 73 or traditional rating of over 79.2 in 7 games with the team we had.

Good luck. I didnt find one.

bradysucks
bradysucks

Geno was close to being the lowest rated QB in the NFL for the 2013 season.

Stephen Hill was one of the most unproductive wide receivers in the NFL in both 2012 & 2013.

I don't see the issue here calling these guys out.

I have much more patience with Geno than I do with Hill because Hill has 2 seasons under his belt and playing QB is far more difficult than playing WR.

I have no problems at all with either of these guys working on their game and trying to improve. I just think Idzik is correct with the whole "competition" mantra. I don't like putting all of my eggs in one basket and betting the farm on players who haven't shown they can produce consistently at the NFL level when they are given the opportunity to start over the course of an NFL season....

I would rather diversify my options and bring in other guys to compete and try and take their jobs from them. If they are the talents that some fans believe that they are then they will beat out the competition....

By the way, this goes for Winters as well....If we can upgrade over Winters then so be it...

harold
harold

Again, I have been here from the beginning so I know you supported Geno. My post was not about what you thought but what you espouse today. Again who is falling in love with Geno? I objectively counter poorly constructed arguments like the one you make. Geno better stop turning the ball over.

Gret analysis. We all know that he forced some balls, all rookies do. Do you want him to learn from his mistakes now or later?. You guys still keep bringing up Sanchez as a comparison, not sure why? Are they similar players not from what I have seen.

In games where the rest of the team played well Sanchez was still bad many times. I only remember one game where Geno was bad and the rest of the team was good and even in that game only for a quarter (New England).

Do you think objectively Geno would have allowed us to lose a game where we rush for 300 yards (see Bills game 2009)? Lets understand we have better prospect. He played 9 pretty solid games this season with a very poor supporting cast.

This is not the pieces argument, this is good teams have good players argument and we were lacking severely in several key areas.

bradysucks
bradysucks

I have been one of Geno's biggest supporters. Read my comments on the blog on draft day when we took Geno and in pre-season and early in the season.

What you are missing is I have ALWAYS said that falling in love with QB's is a MISTAKE. I take issue with turnovers and Geno had way too many. I have never said we should give up on Geno. I do think though that Geno needs to show more before I propose to him as my QB. Getting married to a turnover prone rookie QB seems a bit foolish. I'd prefer to push him with competition and see more of him before I love him UNCONDITIONALLY!

Fans fall in love with these players and it is a mistake. The NFL is all about the competition and the Jets haven't had a winning season since 2010!

Other than Richardson, Wilkerson, Mangold and a few others the truth is that this roster could be upgraded in many areas.

Guys earn respect in the NFL by playing well .....TRUTH

Winters switched positions and never played guard....I think he will be much better next year. I am not sure about Geno yet. Hill is just a bad WR

Ron Alexander
Ron Alexander

@harold While I'm not a Steven Hill fan I do agree about the 77th ranked G out of 81 who so far hasn't mauled anything (other than a few too many cheeseburgers maybe?) And while were talking about dud's, raise your hand if you think Tommy Bohannon has any business on an NFL roster!

harold
harold

You never asked questions until now.

Hill has consistently gotten separation at the NFL level (listen to the draft they will talk about this a lot).

He can block and he can stretch the field.

He is also 6'4" runs a 4.3 40 with a 40" vert and 11' broad jump.

I would say that is good skillset to start with. He has to be most consistent in high pointing the ball. He did good job in college in the pros he has not shown it much.

Being a boy drafted at 20 years of age in a man's league maybe a little intimidating. But if he can start use his size as I saw him do Georgia Tech we could have something special. Time will tell

gbrownn
gbrownn

@haroldHaha so you follow up your argument with an excuse, the team shut him down because he was so ineffective.He was medically cleared to play. He played the bulk of the snaps. A lot of people play hurt but not everyones production struggled as much as Hill did. He went a month without a catch! Playing most of the snaps!  His reps started going down because of Rex. Rex said he didn't even want to draft him. Westhoff said he walked out of the room when we traded up for Hill. Tanny isn't here anymore. Hill isn't going to survive cuts this year. And once again you still have answered my question. What does he do well on the football field?

harold
harold

He was banged up all year. I dont want pretend as though he was going to the pro bowl but based on how he sttarted i think everyone was encouraged.

The team shut him down because he wouldnt shut himself down. I judge guys when healthy and dont take out their best games to try to inflate my argument.

So I guess using a guys stats before he was injured is just wrong. I apologize you have opened my eyes. I am ready to join the flawed side.

gbrownn
gbrownn

@harold Your talking about what he was on pace for and I'm the one with a weak argument? He went a whole month without a catch. The season is over it doesn't matter what he was on pace for. He finished the season with 24 catches and 1 touchdown. Look once again I didn't want to bring stats in the argument. I only did because your talking about what he was on pace for like it really means something.I guess I see what you mean though. It's really just my opinion of Stephen Hill as a player. That's why I'm asking you what you see in his game that would lead to believe he is a good football player and can help this team?

harold
harold

Again you posting before you digest. Again you did not refute anything you use your logic instead of facts. The one flawed stat you use still doesnt help you much. Many players throughout history play well against certain teams should take out there stats?

But lets play you game he still had 15 catches and almost 200 yards in 4 games. Thta still is a repectable 2nd season of 60 catches and approx 800 yards. Not sure that makes your argument a strong one. But if you think it made your argument strong hey continue to go for it.

gbrownn
gbrownn

@harold I said the offensive line play/playcalling and Geno playing better had more to do with the deep passing success then Stephen Hill did. I asked how can someone that body catches most of his passes have reliable hands? I agree he improved, but to me that's really not saying much. He went from really really bad to just really bad. All the facts demonstrate is that if you take away his games against Buffalo, he has 37 catches and 1 touchdown in 2 seasons.

harold
harold

You didnt refute anything I said. You gave other areas where he needs to improve. I agree he needs to improve. What you missed was that he was much better than last year until the injuries took a toll on him. He was on pace for a really solid season. That is what the facts demonstrated.

gbrownn
gbrownn

@haroldI think that our deep success had more to do with the QB and the offensive line then Stephen Hill being on the field. How can someone that body catches the bulk of his catches have reliable hands? I never said the stats were make believe. Stats aren't my thing when looking at a players skills. I look at the player themselves. Hill doesn't deal with contact well. He's not very dynamic with the ball in his hands. With a big frame like he got, He hasn't shown the ability to high point contested balls. I cant remember us ever throwing up a fade route to him in the endzone. What's the use of having a 6'4 receiver when you cant throw the ball up to him. Track guy trying to play football. And you really didn't answer my question. What's he do well on the football field? Not what his presence brings because I knowledge the fact that defenses have to respect his speed.

harold
harold

Then you missed the games because when he was healthy and stretching the field we were one of the most effective deep passing teams in the league. But Hill was also making intermediate and short catches and was showing reliable hands. I guess I am making all this up and it never happened. Sorry those stats are make belive as well. Please disregard.

gbrownn
gbrownn

@harold  I don't use stats to judge if someone skill-set has improved because stats can be misleading. I look at the film.What does Stephen Hill do well on the football field? And you can't say he's a deep threat and good run blocker.

harold
harold

Improvement in Hill first 5 games (took out Titans game because hurt on first play). Hill had 18 catches for 300 yards for a full season that is about 55 catches for 960 yards. Is that not improvement. I dont look at everything through rose colored glasses. I just think when you make arguments with no context thwy should be challenged.

gbrownn
gbrownn

@bradysucksI know what you mean. When it comes to projects, it is always important to see progress. The only reason Hill is on this team is the fact the Jets took him in the second round. Raw projects are a dime a dozen. The guys who show as little growth as Hill tend to not last two full years. I can't remember seeing a wide receiver in the NFL as unnatural as Hill is on the field. I really don't think he'll be on the team  next year.

bradysucks
bradysucks

@gbrownn@a57se@bradysucks


You could take a paint brush and paint Stephen Hill the color BLUE....... and if you asked some of the guys on this blog what color he was after you painted him BLUE.... they'd then swear to you that he was painted ORANGE. This is because they don't use their EYES......Instead they use their IMAGINATION.....and in their imagination Hill is productive and helps the Jets win games

harold
harold

Right

No lipstick on a pig (after laughing).

I simply recall your recent comment about an improving mauler ( who ranked 77 out 81guards in NFL).

Bradysucks put away the lipstick.

Again your well thought out posts continue to proliferate the blog. Thanks

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold 


There is no need for me to be diplomatic......Putting lipstick on a pig is putting lipstick on a pig.....


Stephen Hill  has NOT been a productive player.....Part of being a productive player is being on the field on Sunday's......


Bad luck is bad luck......sure.....but there has been a tremendous LACK OF PRODUCTION at WR for the NY Jets

harold
harold

I guess being injured is an excuse. I thought that was a reason to not make judgment. You try to sound diplomatic, when called out,, but your posts say otherwise.

bradysucks
bradysucks

@harold 


Harold.....


Hill should not have been starting for the Jets the past 2 years.....It has HURT the offense,,,,,


The Jets passing offense has been one of the worst passing offenses in the NFL and Hill has been a big part of this. I am not in the business of predicting the future so I will not say that Hill is a BUST. I will say though that the clock is ticking on this kid. We can make excuses for him all day every day but the fact remains that THUS FAR he has been a liability and a major disappointment. He has been the poster child of an UNPRODUCTIVE starting NFL wide receiver.......

harold
harold

Stephen Hill was showing solid improvement this year before the injuries hit him. We can write him off. But he is the same age as many of the top prospects in this year's draft. Hopefully healthy he can make the jump he started to over the first three weeks this year

bradysucks
bradysucks

@a57se @bradysucks 


What year was Hill drafted?


We are getting pretty close to knowing if he can play (3-4 years to judge a draft)....So far he has been one of the NFL's worst receivers except when the Jets play the Bills......Against the Bills Stephen Hill decides to show up.....


Usually when a guy is a nobody in High School and a nobody in college he will be a nobody in the pros.....There are a few exceptions.....but usually it isn't a good idea to try and teach a guy to catch a football after he has graduated high school


No sense in debating this with you 57 because Hill's been part of the worst passing attack in the NFL the past 2 years.....and if it hasn't been the worst it has been pretty close to it! Being a starting wide receiver on the Jets these days isn't a good thing for your professional reputation.......This is why the Jets will spend the entire off season looking to get better at wide receiver.....


By the way.....Jericho Cotchery had more TD's this year than Hill had his first 2 years.......


But who knows? Maybe Hill will get into a phone booth this offseason like Clark Kent and come back in 2014 as Superman.........Then again  maybe we should just cut him because so far having him as a starter has been counterproductive to WINNING......and he can't stay healthy


If Brian Winters is as bad as Hill was in his 2nd year then I will be surprised......and I'll leave it at that. 

bradysucks
bradysucks

@MarshRandy @bradysucks 


Yes.....we all have our judgements......but none of us will know if we are correct until more times passes :)


Time is the ultimate judge