22 Oct 2012
It's about time. I'm not sure I can do a better job of summing up Hurney's poor decisions than Bill Barnwell does in this Grantland piece, but here's an attempt at a short version: He gave huge contracts to players with poor medical histories, he spent a ton of money on running backs even as the NFL became more and more pass-centric, and he constantly dealt a better pick next year so he could get a pick this year and take a player who never ended up amounting to anything anyway.
31 comments, Last at 06 Mar 2013, 5:19am by melaaniesmith
The Wonderlic is great for testing future loan officers, but Matt Waldman would rather have Wonderlic failures like Jim Kelly or Ray Lewis as his on-field CEOs.