Will some MD please prescride a safe amount of one for Jeffri Chadiha's delusions, STAT?
In his article titled "Best and worst draft marriages," http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/draft2011/columns/story?columnist=chadiha_jeffri&id=6460607 Chadiha writes,
"So here are the five best marriages coming out of this year's draft, along with five more that don't look so promising:"
Guess which category he rates the Jags' top pick.
4. Blaine Gabbert, QB, Jacksonville: This isn't a knock on Gabbert's skills, since he was widely considered the safest quarterback prospect in this class. It is a shot at the Jaguars and their ability to develop quarterbacks during the Jack Del Rio era. Byron Leftwich didn't work out. David Garrard isn't the answer he seemed to be a few years ago. Now we're supposed to believe that Gabbert has a chance to grow into a strong player in that regime? It's great for him if it happens, but don't be surprised if things go south while Del Rio remains on the job."
This guy is all over the place.
He claims Gabbert's the "safest quarterback prospect in this class." A lot of people would say most talented and having highest chance to succeed.
Dings the Jags for not finding a QB since Leftwich, then dings Jags for drafting one.
Says Garrard is not the answer, then mockingly asks if Gabbert can "grow into a strong player in that regime."
Oh, and look out, there's gonna be trouble with Del Rio and Gabbert on the same team.
Hey, at least he ranked him above Cam Newton