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    • Your a liar. If you watch film you would have seen how Worley was awful last season, the Rams and chiefs games were two of the worst games I've seen a corner play. But he got bailed out by awful QB play And Ealy is most definitely a bust 
    • Saca, I agree with some of your sentiment, but in my opinion you aren't even hiding your subjectivity as it pertains to Gettleman. The jury is still out on a few players, quite naturally I might add, but Ealy was most definitely a miss. He was a bust for all intents and purposes for what and why he was brought here, and Gettleman thankfully decided to cut his losses and move on. Bene Benwikere showed some promise, but ultimately turned out to be a disaster, as did The Boston. All three are understandably gone, and though I'm too lazy to look it up, I'm pretty sure that Gettleman gave up a pick or two when drafting some of these players (and, no, I don't care that one was a 5th and 4th rounder respectively because even G-man admitted that all draft picks are gold) which has to be part of the equation. Moving up to take players like Funchess so highly, whose dial is pointing towards "miss" in some respects, is a valid criticism of Gettleman's draft tactics, as is the notion that he did make picks at positions of strength that were unnecessary, especially in light of obvious holes that needed addressing. That debate about Gettleman wasn't just born of "pathetic" Huddlers, but by people who analyze this stuff for a living.  Another big debate was whether to tag Greg Hardy. There were compelling reasons not to tag him, so for you to suggest that it was a no-brainer is not accurate. Somewhere on these Huddle servers, even I questioned whether that money couldn't be better spent somewhere else. I would have gladly let him walk and signed Jared Veldheer and possibly Denarius Moore, and said so. Veldheer alone would have been worth it in my book, and I suggested this more than once. The character concerns alone were reason enough to question such a big investment at a time when other holes needed filling. So just as you are accusing the OP of trying to pass off his opinions as fact, you are arguably doing the same thing. Cherry-picked video and stats don't change opinions into facts, they are used to support opinions, although sometimes they do show facts depending upon what one is arguing (e.g., Boston missed that tackle, or Gano missed that field goal from the left hash wide right). On an off note, even PFF said that Worley "showed promise" the latter part of the season, but they didn't go as far to suggest that he's a lock. He is the one that really came on late. Bradberry was ALWAYS better even in camp as was stated by many, including Igo, it's just that he couldn't show it for most of the early part of the the season because of turf toe. For you to suggest that Worley was better for even the slightest sliver of time is just wrong. I supported Gettleman in many respects, and if it were up to me he'd still be here, but the guy was far from perfect drafting, acquiring free agents, or handling the tag. Some of his decisions were (are) very debatable whether you want to acknowledge that fact or not. And, I'm not even suggesting that some of the players won't actually turn out good, but that's beside the point because there are certainly players that we missed out on regardless who may have met our needs better.  

    • Amen!!!

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