Dear Mr. Emery: An Analogy for you.
Dr Mr. Phil Emery, i would like to present you with an analogy to describe a football team: lets compare it to a car.
A football team is like a car...you need many different components to make it work: Chasis, engine, suspension, tires, electrical, etc. Each one is important and provides a necessary function to make the car run and do its job.
What You, Jerry Angelo and Lovie have assembled the past few years is a fine looking car: you guys picked up a franchise QB and gave us a nice engine. JA drafted a franchise RB that can run, catch and block...providing that necessary suspension system to keep us balanced. And this year you signed and drafted a pair of WRs to give our car a sexy exterior thats also aerodynamic. One could say you guys assembled a fine looking car, a Ferrari even. It has the horsepower to put up 40 points a game....
However, you guys forgot one simple thing: the tires.
Tires are the most important and most overlooked part of the car. They are responsible for 3 things: acceleration, breaking and turning. And they are the only part of the car that actually has contact with the pavement. Ask any race fan and they will tell you how important tires are to success on the track.
Since you guys have given us a Ferrari, even a pair of tires any soccer mom can purchase at Pepboys would be good enough to hit 130mph on the freeway while flipping off the other Honda Civics in the league. But what did we get? We have Chris Williams...tire with no tread on it, thanks to all his injuries. We have Lance Louis, a donut that most people keep in their trunk, but is ok to slap on for a few minutes at a time. And of course we have your best move yet....Jamarcus Webb. The mythical "Square Tire" that comes in a box and gets you absolutely no where because it the most retarded fucking idea ever.
I hope this analogy helps demonstrate the problem. You can stack as many offensive weapons as you want on our car, but without proper tires, a DECENT set of OL guys....all youre left with is a $500,000 450HP 2500lbs Aerodynamic radio with a comfy seat.