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Who’s Number One?
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Quin, Dr. Prowler: The Prowler knows less than he/she/they/it lets on. As I see it, Vince Young has to stay in Texas. So New Orleans has two choices. It can hope Houston takes him first, or it drafts him but moves permanently to San Antonio. Meanwhile, I don’t know how Leinart can possibly go to Tennessee. San Francisco is bound to file a grievance and hope to reclaim him based on its intentions last year. Why have neither of you mentioned Reggie Bush? Is the Bush name suddenly dirt?

I wouldn’t draft him, simply because he’s too good. No way in the most brutal of sports can he escape the fate of a Gale Sayers. The saddest moment in Brian’s Song comes when we see a clip of lowly 49er Kermit Alexander destroying Sayers’ knee. There’s never again been so gorgeous a runner as Sayers. Bush comes close. Soon enough, football always snuffs out brilliance.

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