Quinn, to me, is the perfect example of a Coordinator that should have stayed a coordinator. Benefitted from a great wave of talent. Not saying he is bad, I am just saying that there is reason to suggest he was the benefactor of circumstances. We will see. I think the South will be competitive this year, and I expect the Atlanta is in the best shape to improve. I don't think Beasley will be that great in year one, and I am not a big fan of the CB they selected. Color me not impressed.
Apparently, there are various versions of the story I was not aware of---but I was in a hurry to get to work and did not read it carefully--just offering a source that I was not aware had contradictions. Still, your first post begins with a dickish comment--your biggest problem today is not my reading comprehension.
No Offense, but Fralic's deal is nothing. Steve Young guaranteed his 1984 USFL deal with the LA Express where he was guaranteed (remember, this is 1984) $40m. He is getting million-dollar-a-year checks NOW from a league that has been defunct for 30 years. "Yes, you read that correctly: 43 years, meaning Young, who took his last USFL snap in 1985 and last NFL snap in 1999, won't stop getting paid as a professional quarterback until the year 2027 when he is 65 years old". http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/24138206/flashback-steve-youngs-43year-40million-usfl-contract
I think he will be better than you guys think. A smart passer, a solid outside shooter with good footwork inside. Not who I would have picked, but not a disaster either. He should be able to play right now, something that counts. I just think we have a terrible front office. Period.