There are plenty of misconceptions that seem to be perpetuated in thread after thread here. 1. Al Johnson sucks. -- This is what rational people call BS. The truth is that he's about average comparing him to the rest of the league. He's not the mauler that some had hoped for (a decent argument can be made about Wisconsin's strength and conditioning program maxing out player's physical abilities, leaving them no room for improvement, but I digress), but he's no where near as bad as most paint him. 2. Larry Allen merits pro bowl consideration. -- The amount Allen earns for the effort he seems to be giving borders on criminal activity. If Allen was paid $10,000 dollars for every time he was standing at the line of scrimmage without touching anyone looking backwards at a negative play he could retire, oh wait, he's already getting more than that for the same thing. 3. Anthony Henry deserves pro bowl consideration, at least before injury. -- Henry made a few big interception and people seemed to grasp that as outstanding play, but in the end he's been slightly above average because of how many plays he gave up to make that pick. 4. Scott Shanle could adequately replace Dat Nguyen. -- Some here were clamoring for Shanle even before Nguyen's injury. They were simply stupid. Shanle may be the worst starting LB in the NFL. He's getting benched for UDFA's because he's always out of position or being just blown up. 5. Merriman should have been chosen over Ware. -- Merriman may have more sacks, but Ware has more pressures. Ware has actually beaten someone when he gets a sack instead of scheme-induced free runs at the QB. 6. Roy Williams stinks in coverage. -- Williams has been beaten a few times this season, but less than any other strong safety in the league. He's having a dominant season but a play or two have the clueless questioning the type of year it really is. People seem to forget he's made more big plays than any other strong safety in the league because he's not knocking people out but forcing fumbles in critical situations. I swear some juvenile brainiacs think he needs to be seen on "Jacked Up" to have played a great game.