Originally Posted by barrett
this is kind of my thinking as well. my question is similar to yours, if the defense continues to play well throughout the remainder of the season, i wouldn't be surprised if he remains our DC. honestly, i wouldn't be opposed either. all i want is to win football games. if the defense improves and develop some consistency and we stop turning the ball over and win some football games then i'm perfectly happy with smith as the DC. but consistency has to happen. in my eyes he's still on probation. so long as the defense continues to improve. every game since detroit they have looked better except for the Minnisota game and the Indy game. and in those games they looked good for a half. that's progress in my book. i'm not saying keep him. i'm saying i wouldn't be surprised if we do.
except for my thoughts on Studdard, Amobi Okoye, and David Carr early in '06, and possibly my world view, perhaps you should listen to me when I tell you something emphaticly! Just because something is popular, doesn't mean it aint' good!... see "Dancing With Wolves", "Forrest Gump", "Meat", and "Fire Richard Smith