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malik

has a QB ever had such bad 3 games like jimmy clausen and become a pro bowler?

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driving down to the new orleans 35 yard line after converting on 4th down = no potential. We saw yesterday kasey could have hit it had deangelo not gone backwards.

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God you Moore homers remind me of cowboy fans, you...just...will...not..shut..up....

Matt Moore's rice krispies don't go snap, crackle and pop, they go "Ssshhh here he comes"

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I want whichever QB is in the game to do well. I really don't care if it's Moore or Clausen. I suppose it would be less messy for the organization if Clausen had clearly outplayed Moore so that they could go ahead and start grooming Clausen to be the QB of the future but Clausen looked so godawful and lost out there that he won't see the field again this season as long as Moore is healthy.

That will open up a can of worms in the offseason, especially with a coaching change, since our best QB will no longer be under contract and his backup has either looked bad or hasn't played at all.

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driving down to the new orleans 35 yard line after converting on 4th down = no potential. We saw yesterday kasey could have hit it had deangelo not gone backwards.

Yeah if you review all his game tape he has a couple of nice passes. Even strung 2-3 together.

But a blinfolded monkey will hit a bullseye once in a while if you teach it to throw darts

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