Please Register or Log in to Remove this Advertisement! Typically, when you sign a new offensive coordinator or head coach, there is a bit of a "honeymoon" if you will. The GM makes promises to the coordinator that they will get the pieces they need. Emery probably told that to Kromer, and now Bushrod is a Bear. Stuff like that. Shea deliberately targeted Tait as a must have, because he needed two LT caliber players for his scheme to work. He also targeted Thomas Jones, saying he needed a versatile RB. Ruben Brown was just a Bobby DePaul pro personnel move that worked out in our favor, so maybe Shea doesn't get credit for bringing him in. And he did bring in Jon Quinn to be the backup that best knew his system, which meant he did not know how to judge QBs at all. How the heck is drafting Benson not Angelo's fault? He did it to make Ron Turner happy, but he could have easily told him "No, use TJ and our AP,". And why did he HAVE to draft him? We had plenty of needs at OL and WR. I don't blame Thomas Jones for being anything but awesome on this team, and sorely missed when traded. Benson was the wrong addition at the time, and it seemed he was determined to make life difficult for himself here. JA should have drafted a RB that knew how to share carries, like Cadillac.