Yesterday was "Confession is Good for Your Soul" Day for Coaches. Whether it was Arizona pulling the plug on Leinart in favor of undrafted Max Hall; whether it was Parcells/Sparano/Ireland guy admitting that their 2009 draftees in round # 2 (Pat White) and 3 (a WR) were failures; or whether it was Belichick who showed the door to a surprised group of veterans (Burgess, Aiken, Alexander, Woods) and draftees (Larsen, Welch from '10 and Ohrnberger and Bussey from '09) alike. In Denver, McDaniels cut the guy, CB A. Smith, for whom Denver traded a 2010 1st round pick (technically it was a trade with the Lions but effectively they got rid of him). How much of this is due to what is widely touted to be a strong 2010 draft class of rookies? How much is due to weak 2008 and 2009 drafts? How much of this is simply the idiosyncratic mistakes of individual GM/Coaches?