I was watching Quite Frankly on ESPN the other day and they had their NFL preview. Sean Salisbury called Bill Parcells a great coach, and he wasn't bashing him, but he did say if there was one bad thing he had to point out, it was that Parcells is loyal to his former players to a fault. He didn't say who he was talking about. Do you think he was only referring to Vinny? Do you think some of the current players on the roster don't deserve their starting positions? There really weren't any better options than Drew Bledsoe at QB this year, and Crayton and Price don't strike me as guys who have done anything recently to move in front of Key and Glenn on the depth charts. (Although Crayton may one day do it.) Richie Anderson did pretty well in our offense. Ryan Young was a mistake, but Parcells didn't know his body was going to fall apart. Ferguson is a huge signing, regardless of whether or not he played for Parcells. Some of the lesser known fellas like Ogbogu never had huge playing minutes. Do you think Parcells' loyalty to his former players is so large that it creates a disadvantage? Both Quincy Morgan and Antonio Bryant have now made comments on Parcells and his "hidden agenda" although you could easily dismiss those complaints because of Morgan's butterfingers and Bryant's attitude.