Bullock used to be a great player, and it appears as if he’s not ready to accept that he’s not as good as he was 5 years ago. That usually manifests itself as a player that shoots too high in free agency and nobody bites, with the player begrudgingly accepting a lesser offer, often times for one year. I can see scenario that playing out for Bullock. Whatever the case, it’s pretty safe to say Bullock is done in NJ.
Glenn ponders the additions of the Saints’ Jonathan Goodwin and the Chiefs’ Brian Waters. I agree that the Giants could use help along the OL, but that’ll be extremely difficult, seeing as:
– There aren’t many starting quality OL free agents available.
– There are precisely 32 NFL teams that would love to add some OL help.
– The Giants still have to sign Bradshaw, Smith, Boss, Grant, etc, and are already well over the projected cap.
Like Ed, I don’t know a lot about Vickers, and remain steadfast in my thinking that Vonta Leach in an impact player the Giants should pursue heavily, even if he wants to be the highest paid FB in the league (which still won’t be all that much for a FB). Leach could go a long way in masking some of the OL issues I foresee with the Giants this season.
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That comment wreaks of a lack of accountability, and I don’t buy it for a second.
Logan responds to criticisms of Romo that emerged from a various sources recent. Personally, I think some of those criticisms are unfair, but Logan takes this a little too far. I think we all have a definition of what the word “elite” means. Tony Romo is a borderline Top 10 QB at this point in his career. Can he still have postseason success? Sure. Does he have a nice resume of stats? Absolutely. Talent? Yes. But let’s tap the breaks on the “elite” stuff.
Don’t like “the Jenkins brothers” for the Skins, but do think Holmes and Yanda could actually work out.
If the above report is true the Redskins have their sights set on Santonio Holmes, the Skins will let Moss walk.
Conversely, teams around the league would be moronic to trade for McNabb and his terrible contract.
Sheil is one of my favorite Eagles writers, since he actually watches game film. Great piece here. Sheil did his homework. Just go now.
I agree he’s a fit, a great fit really… but I don’t think he’s worth the money the Eagles would likely have to spend to get him. The Eagles have all sorts of room under the projected cap, and are in a position to bring in multiple impact players. Is Bush a player worth overpaying for in lieu of a CB? A DE? A good #2 QB? OL depth? If the price tag is realistic, then sure. But otherwise, I just don’t see it.
Poor Dimitri Patterson – He lands at #24. No other NFC East players make the list – I can think of a few worth consideration.