I was at the Houston game and had a couple of observations. I am hoping it was an aberration, but it looked like to me that the nickle corner, Glenn, may be a little bit vulnerable to the long ball. It appeared he got beat by the Texans deep, one or twice, fairly badly. Also, for a veteran, he really play the ball that well. I think he was so worried about hanging with his man that making a play on the ball was the farthest thing from his mind at times. A-Train might be a veteran, but I would CUT him, in a New York minute. He really reminded me (painfully) of Troy Hambrick and Eddie George. On his big runs the line had opened holes I could have run through. Other times he had room to run but was stopped for a short gain. He runs like a fullback, but is not punishing like a fullback. I'm telling you, this guy reminded me of Eddie George last year. Cutting him is no loss. Unless Copper is doing well on special teams, he should be cut. I don't think he has the skills to even be a solid #3 receiver in the NFL. Quinct Morgan's hands are pitiful He couldn't catch a cold while naked in freezing temperatures. He seems to get open ok, but he just can't catch. Crayton looks like the real deal. I think he is a solid NFL receiver at this point. He gets open, catches the ball and, just as importantly hangs on to the ball. He was a great late round find last year. I think this guy has second round ability, and still has some upside. This gem makes up, a little bit for the Rogers bust.