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Delhomme #16 all time Superbowl QB

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http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs2008/news/story?id=3834974

16. Jake Delhomme, Panthers, XXXVIII (2003) 16-33, 323 yards, 3 TD, 0 interceptions in 32-29 loss to Patriots. Delhomme's numbers were excellent, but unfortunately for him, Tom Brady was on the other side of the field. Delhomme connected on a Super Bowl-record 85-yard TD pass with Muhsin Muhammad, but an early fumble by the QB led to a Patriots touchdown.

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Phil Sims should be higher on that list.

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We need the old Jake back.

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i think we're allergic to jake throwing for 300+ yards...what's our record when he throws for 300+ yards?

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Whatever happened to playoff Jake?

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I'm beginning to think Jake has been getting bad coaching here. He obviously has the talent. People don't accidentally become great. They don't fall ass backwards into a championship. They don't stumble blindly into the Superbowl and almost win it despite the fact that they suck. He came into Carolina with some serious QB chops and he hasn't progressed over the years. I don't know if he's regressed, but he certainly hasn't improved. He obviously has the ability to be a starter in the NFL. But he doesn't seem to have the coaching he needs. Let's hope Schefter is the answer.

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Jake should be higher

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Jake should be higher
:iagree: if we won, he would have easily been the MVP of that game too!

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Whatever happened to playoff Jake?

Well Jake has not been doing well his last 2 playoff games. Back in 05 when we lost to Seattle, he only completed 15/35 for 195yds, 1TD 3INT...

In the loss to Arizona he completed 17/34 for 205yds, 1TD 5INT...

His completion percentage was actually better in the Arizona loss. In both losses the deficit ended up being 20 points. This is only his worse game because of the 2 more turnovers. Arizona, in my opinion is a better team than Seattle was back in 05, so it doesn't sting quite as bad as it did back in 05 for me.

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Whatever happened to playoff Jake?

seriously? one game. every team and quarterback has bed playoffs games. yes his was EXTREMELY bad, but we are spoiled by how well we have always done. the fact of the matter is that somehow the Cardinals are a SB team, and we should lay off jake a bit.

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seriously? one game. every team and quarterback has bed playoffs games. yes his was EXTREMELY bad, but we are spoiled by how well we have always done. the fact of the matter is that somehow the Cardinals are a SB team, and we should lay off jake a bit.

Did you miss the Seattle NFC championship game?

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