(Tony Sparano on what the expectation was when Gibril Wilson was signed, and why it appears to have not worked out) "I think that's your opinion, I'm not going to say that it didn't work out. I think that we're going to go back, we're going to evaluate the entire deal and take a good long look at it. I would say that our philosophy with bringing Gibril in is that we knew that he was a tough, physical safety that was around the ball a bunch, made a ton of tackles, did those type of things. I think Gibril, I could be wrong, but I still think that our two safeties are one of the tops on the team in tackles, I think. These guys are around the ball and they make a lot of tackles. As far as evaluating the whole body of work, we haven't really done that yet."
Are you kidding me? I mean, was Sparano seeing the same games we all saw all season? Or is he just making sure Wilson's trade value is not at ROCK BOTTOM this of season?