I don't understand why the statement by McNair, (in so many words) "they are drafting to build a winning football team, not to keep the fans happy" . . . . . . is considered to be arrogant by some. I don't want this to seem like I'm going off on the fans, but it really seems like there are a lot of folks who are so used to losing, and being around a bad team, that they are willing to actually accept it, as long as they are being "entertained", as long as they can buy jerseys, as long as they can see something that keeps them from being "bored". Again, I know some, probably a lot are going to be pissed at me for saying this, but I think someone who has a higher regard for a 'marketing and business' decision, rather than a 'football' decision, is the mark of someone who could really care less what the final score is on Sunday. I guess it's a sign of the times.