In this hilarious read, Dumas argues that AJ Smith's draft day success has been all accidental, and that he should receive as little credit as possible for getting Philip Rivers, Shawne Merriman, and Nate Kaeding. Why? Because Kaeding is a playoff choker, Merriman is a proven cheater, and had Eli Manning decided to play for the Chargers none of the team's success would have been possible.
Dumas continues his criticism of Smith's draft moves and points to Sammy Davis, Antonio Cromartie, and most recently Craig Davis, as all being first-round reaches.
If you are a die-hard Chargers fan, I suggest you brace yourself before you click through. Some of this stuff won't be easy to read (even though the guy almost makes a couple of points).
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