If he didn't have a blue star on his helmet, we wouldn't even know he's in the NFL. Joe Flacco. Philip Rivers-you couldn't melt him down and pour him into a big game. Dude is a stat machine, but who cares when you've been in the league since 2004 and have only a couple division titles in a crappy division.treestand91 said:im gonna have to say romo #1
I'm not disappointed in Tebow. He's not an NFL QB, never showed any signs that he could be an NFL QB, so he's doing exactly what he should be doing. He's not Jamarcus Russel or Ryan Leaf, but he's just not ever going to be an NFL QB. No race statement here, but lets face it, Tebow is a white Vick with a lesser arm.treestand91 said:tebow would be a close second
kudu58 said:Followed closely by Michael Vick...
Marino had an unbelievably quick release. It's one reason he was hard to sack. It's not like he was going to run away from anyone. No NFL QB should have to be taught accuracy. They should have that by the time they make it to the league. Reading defenses, game management, yes, but when you have to teach a guy making millions of dollars a physical skill, that's a problem.Dan Castle said:a lot of great qb's had unconventional releases ie dan marino. accuracy will be his biggest problem and I think in time will become his biggest asset. regardless of what he doesn in the nfl, I hope we can all agree he shoudl go down as one of the top 5 best college players of all time.
And 2 sexual assault charges that you know of he paid to make disappear.... what a role model.steelerfan58 said:2 Super Bowl Wins, including one in his second year, 3 Super Bowl appearances, best start ever for a rookie QB. Ben is the definition of big time QB.