Some of you guys are night owls like me, some of you are in different time zones, and some of you (that are named Dave) are borg assimilators who don't sleep. Oftentimes I find myself with little to do in the wee hours of the morning and, in the case of insomnia, have nothing fun to think about, either.
Tomorrow at 1 or thereabouts (hopefully) I'll have a lengthy debate post that will most likely rekindle some old fires that have been dormant for a few months now. Why would I do something so heinous, you ask?
Because we need something to talk about that isn't related to the lockout or Julio Jones's impact on the offense, that's why.
Without giving too much information away, I want you all to think about the following:
Assume for a moment that a full season is played with all preseason activites going normally from this point forward. If, this season, our offense struggles or completely flames out for at least some of the season. Given the talent we have, does an offensive flame out in 2011 rest solely on the shoulders of Offensive Coordinator Mike Mularkey?
Don't post your opinions in this thread. Save it for tomorrow. This is just to get you thinking, but you're welcome to comment about whatever else, though.