Friday, April 23, 2010
Reading the coverage: Reviews are in
By Paul Kuharsky
Once they lost out on Ryan Mathews, the Texans turned to corner and were pleased with Kareem Jackson, writes John McClain.
Jackson’s success at Alabama was a big factor, writes Richard Justice.
Jackson plans to be feisty, says Jeffrey Martin.
Stephanie Stradley’s assessment.
Jerry Hughes fills a seven-year need, says Bill Polian. Mike Chappell’s story.
John Oehser’s review of the Hughes choice.
Nate Dunlevy loves the pick.
A rundown of Polian’s comments.
The Jaguars surprised people with Tyson Alualu, says Vito Stellino.
Gene Smith went off the beaten path again, says Gene Frenette.
“I guarantee you nobody -- and I mean nobody -- other than Jacksonville had him rated as a potential top 10 pick.” Don Banks’ Snap Judgments.
The Jaguars’ opener should sell well since Tim Tebow’s a Bronco, says Frenette.
Jacksonville’s now got a loaded defensive front, says Collin Streetman.
The Jaguars threw away their future by not drafting Tebow, says David Whitley.
The Titans were happy Derrick Morgan was there at 16, says Jim Wyatt.
Morgan was a no-brainer, says David Climer.
Jeff Fisher’s says the door is shut on the possibility of trading for Albert Haynesworth, says David Boclair.
Climer is not convinced Jared Cook is worth the second-round pick the Titans don’t have Friday.