Here. Read up on this schmo -- well, I shouldn't use that term. He went to Texas A&I, so that means he's somebody's cousin's nephew's brother-in-law's boss. That's how it goes around here. "I have insider knowledge that..." Anyway, here's Juan Castillo's Wikipedia page. Read some of it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Castillo_(American_football) The last time this guy coached on the defensive side of the ball, Johnny Carson was still doing The Tonight Show. Mullets were in their prime. 1989, folks, was the last time Juan Castillo coached defense. And do you know where he coached? At a frickin' high school in Kingsville, Texas! Since 1989, he's done a combination of offensive line/tight ends for the Eagles and for Texas A&M-Kingsville. His longest tenured position was offensive line coach for the Eagles from 1998 to 2010. Why am I brining this up? Because it doesn't matter what kind of talent they get up there on defense in Philthydumpia if they don't have the brains to use it. That's not to say Juan Castillo is dumb, but it's to say he's not going to have what it takes in 2011 to make that Eagles defense anything near the aggressive defenses Jim Johnson cooked up for us. So don't get worried that they have Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominic Rodgers-Cromartie and Asante Samuel. Who cares? They don't have the defensive coordinator skilled enough to know how to use them.