I woke up this morning to the Zone and reports of Pac. I couldn't believe it. The phone started ringing ("Did you hear?"). Yep, he is 22 and has a right to drink and make bad decisions. I agree. I did the same. Unfortunately for me, I wasn't making the same kind of money (nowhere near; waiting tables doesn't pay like being in the NFL). I also agree that Pac has talent. He has lots of talent. I like his attitude on the field--for the most part. I wish more of our players brought the same intensity (kind of like KVB). The problem is he is a (supposed to be) professional. Pac: Get drunk at home or have the good sense not to mouth off to the police. Pretty simple. But this is not about Pac. Our drafts of late have been poor. We do not have talent. With the exception of two players, our d-line is an absolute joke. The handling of the McNair departure was a disgrace to the franchise. I blame all of this on (rightly or wrongly) Floyd Reese. I hated losing Runyan many moons ago. While I think (thought?) Reese has done many good things, it has been a long time and I think our drafts speak volumes (as if one Dyson didn't suck enough, we drafted TWO). Chris Hope has been on winning teams his whole life. He comes to our organization and says the tempo at practice was not there. When the players were at APSU, one of the security guards made the comment that Pac and Lendale were always out past curfew. Who is in charge? Where is the respect? Where is the intensity? I was embarrassed by the Jacksonville game last season. Absolutely awful. I know it is preseason, but Denver looked the same to me. I blame all of this on Jeff Fisher. Don't get me started on Schwartz. Or, for that matter, Chow. As things have progressed thus far, it appears to me that drastic action needs to be taken. No, I really don't want to fire Fisher or Reese. I would, however, like an offering. Fire someone or bring back Diamond. Do something. Get the ship under control and moving in the right direction. Show some heart. I don't expect the Super Bowl, but I expect a team with discipline that smacks opposing teams (not their fiancees) in the mouth.