He wasn't inept as much as his so-called coaches were. What about Dobbs? Josh D had something in abundance that a lot of players, except Peyton Manning types don't. Exceptional brain power, that lets him succeed not so much because of his instructors, but despite them. But some folks insist on stomping JG long after he's down, instead of giving the slightest credit for any success he may have had. The Auburn game, for example. He remains in the NFL despite his ineptness during college, ineptness his detractors are so fond of pointing out. That wouldn't be true unless NFL coaches see something JG's detractors insist on being blind to, or intentionally ignoring for the sake of perennially criticizing him. The pro coaches who keep him around know more than the folks who just want to step on the guy's head, fingers, and nose.