09 Mar 2012
I wonder how much time these guys have left. Gary Brackett played one game last year, and 30-plus undersized middle linebackers with health issues don't really have a great track record. Bullitt has only played six games in the last two seasons. Dallas Clark managed only 11 games this year, six the year before. He's 33 and his numbers went way down without Peyton Manning this season. You've got to figure that Clark, like Reggie Wayne, would love to go wherever Manning goes. I suppose he could be useful as a second receiving tight end if you don't expect to get 16 games out of him.
Joseph Addai should have a couple years left as a committee back somewhere, and I'm guessing Curtis Painter ends up holding a clipboard as the third quarterback for another team, but I'll be shocked if he ever starts another game.
62 comments, Last at 12 Mar 2012, 2:53pm by Floyd
Possibly the closest Super Bowl matchup in history also poses the question: how much does it mean when certain aspects of an NFL team improve dramatically in the second half of the season?