ha! if i heard those two words again after pre-season i surely would be puking my brains out every game by the third quarter -- and not because of the bud light. what happened today was a complete fluke. i understand Gradkowski had a lot riding on his back, but he shouldn't have gone in it like he owned it ... not good form on your first start out; go in and lead it -- lease-to-own once you've garnered the respect and honor of your fans and peers and coaches, maybe, but you stepped a bit outside your bounds. that's not a worry, you can be reigned in and trained, this is all still new. but the call hue jackson made half-time of the rams' game was ballsy and true to his convictions ... and paid off. handsomely. and will continue to reap the team great rewards; but that is the mark of hue jackson. he is a team player and a team's coach -- he roots for all sides. he sees the bigger picture. why would you want only one qb to be great? doesn't it work in everyone's favor if they are both great? why can't you train them and help them so they will be equally fantastic? that's the mark of the true huey j. he's a fair, honest, man; and that transcends his coaching. this janikowski thing today was a flop of his own making (sorry, dude, but seriously -- what happened? man up and be honest, we respect honest. and everyone has a bad day); and is of no reflection of the decision of hj. In fact, just last week Gil Brandt said on Sirius' NFL channel that whatever coach would look at a team's performance and have the tenacity to tweak it so early in the season, shows the mark of a team-oriented, gutsy, thoughtful and winning coach. i look at hue jackson and see a man of such character. enough said.