I have a love/hate relationship with camp talk. On one hand, I can't get enough info from camp. I love hearing everything, and the more detail the better. On the other hand, sometimes stuff happens in the day to day of camp that gets overblown. (Mario's foot is tender? GAH the season is over.) Various people can watch the same camp event and have different impressions of how people did. As humans, we don't *see* everything. If you noticed everything about the world as you were experiencing it, you would go crazy. That's why our brains filter things, based on what we are looking for and what our life experiences are. It's easier to process things that way. Someone with a different football education may see things differently than someone with a lesser knowledge. Someone who has an opinion about a particular player may only notice those things to reinforce that opinion. In any event, I don't really want to get into a epistemological discussion about this other than suggesting that it is really early in camp and that we shouldn't focus too much on the day to day reports, but rather on the big picture that emerges. In the spirit of that, I wrote this bit at FanHouse about the Texans defensive line: Jeff Zgonina as Rescue Hero and Other Texans Defensive Line Observations (Thanks to Andy for some of the pictures. ) According to his HT bio, Jeff Zgonina raises bulls.