Forbes magazine recently interviewed Bill polian, calling him the best general manager in the business. Who can argue? He was responsible for the Bills of nineties, the Panthers fast start, and now the Colts. When asked how he does it, Polian gave his trade secrets away. Quarterbacks, corners, offensive tackles, and pass rushers are the most important players on the team. Period. Running backs, guards,and wide receivers are easily replaceable. Marvin Harrison for Pierre Garcon anyone? The Saints seem to know this as well, finding their super bowl running backs late in the draft, or not in the draft at all.(Reggie Bush is basically a WR) Which leads us to Nix. With the exception of pass rush, it appears he believes the exact opposite. Who here's faith in him is not based on the assumption that he will draft a QB, and LT early next year? It seems to me that if he followed Polian's simple advise this team could turn around a lot faster. Thoughts?