Tuesday Question - 11/16/2010

Generally, we are the "authors" of "content" around here - "here" being a blog and not a message board. Recognize, we do, that you've come here not to contribute, but to consume. Nevertheless, there is the sporadic occasion where, either for our benefit or for to exercise the thinkifiers of the masses, we ask you a question. Today's question is . . .

Buy or sell:  the Rebels stay in the game until Jarrett Lee torches our young secondary.

Simple enough question, I think.  Lee, benched in 2008 for sucking hard against Ole Miss, has not been benched for good.  After the Alabama game, LSU Coach Les Miles said, "It's a two-quarterback system where both quarterbacks contributed significantly."  

In most circumstances, I think Jordan Jefferson is Miles's man, so I expect Jefferson to start the game.  But let's assume, for no reason in particular, that the Rebel defense assists him in making some poor, costly decisions, keeping Ole Miss in the game.  What would bring this series back around like a game-changing performance from the very Texan whose career seemed over at the hands of those Landsharks who have gone curiously missing?  And, if Lee is to play, is there even a chance our secondary can stop him, or, anybody?

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