Competition is a good way to go Dan Leberfeld
When John Idzik preached “competition” upon his arrival, and then throughout the spring and summer, that was praiseworthy.
It’s a sound approach.
But what happened?
Where do that philosophy go?
Whether it’s at guard or cornerback, or wherever, if a player is struggling, and you are truly into competition, perhaps that player should be replaced?
The most important thing in the NFL is winning on game day.
You do whatever you have to do to get that done.
Draft records don’t matter, won-and-loss records matter.
Idzik needs to get back to the mantra that he preached over and over before the season – COMPETITION.
And he needs to stress that to everyone in the building.
He seems to have strayed a little from a core value that he claims to embrace.