The LB situation is starting to come into focus. The Houston Comical had a pretty good article for a change that actually talked about football, even though they still had to go all warm and fuzzy. It was mainly focused on the LB crew, and the battle for the Solb between Orr and Charlie Anderson. It's focused on their friendship, and discusses the LB situation as whole. It blew away some assumptions I had made. They say that Anderson and Orr will be battling it out at Solb. I assumed Danny Clark and Shawn Barber were going to be battling it out at Solb, with the loser backing up at both strong and weakside spots, or perhaps all three spots depending on the situation. They say Clark will be backing up Ryans in the middle. I had assumed it would be Abbate in the lead there, and if he didn't make it, we would maybe keep Troy Evans, with Clark in a pinch if needed. At Will, they say Barber will come in on nickel situations for Greenwood. I assumed he was in the lead for Solb. To sum up, if this is the case, I am not at all comfortable at Solb. The competition is between a 6th rd choice and an udfa who doesn't fit a 4/3. In fact, both are probably better suited for a 3/4. I am disapointed that these are the two best canditates for this position, and feel Barber would be a better stop gap choice than either Anderson or Orr. Someone please try to convince me that Barber isn't better than Orr and Anderson. *Edits for correction of names and positions. Please reread*.