Vic is going to end up being either a 34 OLB in the same style of Clay Matthews, OR he's going to end up being a 43 OLB in the same style as Bruce Irvin is now for the Seahawks. The problem is, in the 43, he's going to need to be in a 'hybrid' scheme, like Irvin currently is, to really excel.
How about the fact that the fatass no hands Tolbert was the RB in on that 3rd and 11 that he dropped instead of Fozzy, or somebody that can catch. That play killed any hope we had left. We were only down by 7 and that dropped ended our chances. Shula's personnel decisions are pathetic and the people backing him are just as pathetic. He has never been successful anywhere he has gone for a reason.
I will say this again, like I've said dozens of other times: Tolbert is a liability to our team. He can't do anything that a cheaper player couldn't do. He can't catch. He can't block. He can't really make big runs. Basically he's a handicapped version of Mike Alstott that, for some reason, fans love because he's a fat man who can dance.