Thursday, February 16, 2012
RTC: On Jason Jones outside or in
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Shaun Cody’s wrap-up episode of “On the Nose” features a turn to song. While amusing, it’s also somewhat difficult to listen to, so brace yourself. It's very cool that he invested the time and energy he did in these videos all season long. They really gave a lot of Texans a chance to show off a different side of their personalities and gave us a hint about the team's camaraderie.
Phillip B. Wilson of the Indianapolis Star hopes Jim Irsay won’t say another public word until Peyton Manning’s farewell news conference.
Irsay is desperate for a way to get rid of Peyton Manning without losing paying customers, says Greg Couch of FoxSports.com. (Hat tip to Bob Kravitz on Twitter.)
GM Gene Smith is accumulating opinions, says John Oehser of the Jaguars' team website.
Tony Boselli is pumping up the passion of the Jaguars’ fan base, says Oehser.
John Glennon of The Tennessean writes that Mike Munchak sees Jason Jones playing outside and inside if he re-signs. While Jones can be a swing guy, I think Munchak overemphasizes Jones as both an end and a tackle. Jones played nearly twice as much at end as at tackle last season. The Titans would be best served to admit a mistake and play him inside if they are able to sign him.
Glennon recounts what Randy Moss did not do during his time with the Titans.