You know, with the discussion coming up again about taking Jairus Byrd when Everette Brown was still on the board, I've been wondering how much influence Bob Sanders had in the decision. Not so much Sanders saying, "Pick this guy" or "Don't pick that guy," but more along the lines of Sanders coming in and saying, "I see what you've got in your current D-line; I know I can coach them up to be more successful, especially with the addition of Maybin."
What do you think? How much influence did Sanders (and the FO's beliefs about Sanders' coaching abilities) have in the decision to pass up more D-line help (either DE or DT)?
Will Bob Sanders be able to orchestrate a significant improvement in D-line performance this season?
You bet. Bob Sanders is a miracle worker. (17 votes)
We might see some individual improvement here and there, but don't expect much. (71 votes)
Ellis will improve significantly. (4 votes)
McCargo will improve significantly. (21 votes)
Kelsay will improve significantly. (3 votes)
You're delusional. When the mud starts flying, Sanders will be mumbling to himself about why he ever thought he could do anything with the "talent" on the Bills' D-line. (18 votes)
134 total votes