This will be my last post on this. People can argue what they will by looking at stats. When teams look at a player to sign etc, they don't put their money on what their stats say. They watch film. They don't care what the stats say. They watch film. Keep saying that last sentence. Regardless if Tucker had a top ten defense in Jacksonville, remember there are many things that make that happen. Schedule strength, offensive talent (Jacksonville gave opponents a lot of short fields), score are all things that can make a defense look better than it is. The SCORE will determine the beating a team will take. How many games did Tucker's defense win in 2012 (his last year in Jax)? I didn't see the top ten defense winning shit. Why? If you haven't watched the Jags under Tucker, I'm not sure why you are even commenting here. You my friend are doing what is called paper racing. You are picking a winner based on paper, not actual racing. I knew Tucker sucked the SECOND I heard on the radio he was our DC. He delivered what I expected. Blame injuries, but bad coaches amplified them. Healthy players on the field didn't give their all, period. I'm not the only person to see this, so stop looking at highlights, comparing stats. Brace yourself, because when this defense unfolds again, I'll be back to this thread.