Tomorrow that will be me. No one is going to root for this guy more than me tomorrow. Some may root for him just as much, but not more. I've been a pretty harsh cirtic of his. Couldn't wait to replace him after last year and am dreading his return to starter status. Just being honest. Tomorrow that goes out the window. I am often critical of our players. That isn't going to change. I won't make excuses for him or his failures if he has any. When the game is on, I want every player on that field wearing our star to play out of their minds and with heart. That's what I need and want from Tucker. He's not just replacing Flo for the rest of the year. Potentially he's auditioning for a role in the future. Think about this young OL we could potentially build upon if he steps up to the plate. LT...Tucker, undrafted LG...Peterman, 3rd round C...Johnson, 2nd round RG...Gurode, 2nd round RT...Pettiti, 6th round If Tucker begins to develop then it only helps this team long term. With LA and Rivera nearing the ends of their careers and Flo getting up there in age as well it would be nice to know we have a unit that could potentially stay together for years and build some chemistry. That is what made our OL of the early 90's so good...chemistry. It's what makes Denver's OL good as well. Think about that OL from the Super Bowl runs. LT...Tuinei, was a DT in college LG...Newton, USFL transplant C...Mark Stepnoski, 3rd round RG...Kevin Gogan, 8th round RT...Erik Williams, 3rd round Not exactly Blue Chippers on that list. Tomorrow my eyes will be on #77. I hope he lives up to the physical talent the coaching staff praises. In my opinion success or failure is right between the ears for him tomorrow. If he believes he belongs out there he'll play well. Get overwhelmed and it could be a long day. Give 'em hell Tuck.