Because he certainly won't. Get it? Do you get it? I mean, do you get it? What I'm saying is I have a low opinion of Archuleta's ability to play D.
Remember that we play the Chicago Bears tomorrow and Windy City Gridiron is the place to go for all Bears related info. It appears as though they're maybe kind of sort of working on a long term deal on Lance Briggs, who was once upon a time a potential Redskin. A once upon a time actual Redskin was Adam Archuleta, who is also a Chicago Bear. While I appreciate his kind comments about Sean Taylor, I think we all know (as well as anyone in the league) that he's just not the best defensive player around (Archuleta, that is). For instance, in 2006 the Chicago Bears were the 2nd best defense in the league, per FO. They'd been a top 10 defense the previous two years per that metric as well, including a #1 ranking in '05. Right now, 14th.
In 2005 Your Washington Redskins were 4th, ditto in 2004. In 2006 we finished last. And now we've rebounded to 13th. The X factor in both instances, I'd argue, was Adam Archuleta. He is just bad enough to truly ruin an entire defense because he really can't do anything right. As RosenBlog points out, and this should be very familiar to us:
Incidentally, it was a VERY moving service, especially when Levar Arrington went to speak - I think he moved the entire arena with his words. Sean, rest in peace - you will be sorely missed in this world.
I suppose that God wanted the absolute best safety for His team.
In other scum related news -- or not, Americans are entitled to the presumption of innocence, and this guy is an American -- the attorney for 17 year old Eric Rivera (who is the alleged triggerman) wants to end this trial as quickly as possible:
"When the State Attorney's Office is ready, we would like to sit down and begin discussion with them so we can move towards a resolution in the case that has the best interest of all parties in mind," Smith said. "We want to minimize the impact of case resolution on the Taylor family and find a result that's in the best interest of justice."
If you shot the sheriff, the only point yet to be determined is whether you also shot the deputy, right?