Yeah...you missed the point....the Panthers have a habit of throwing kids in the fire and ruining them.....coaching has little to do with it.....that's why they have to find strong FA Qbs who can take a hit and have already developed the tools necessary to play Qb in the NFL....because the Panthers have never allowed a Qb to actually develop.
Weinke got to hold a clipboard, but he is really the only Qb we groomed and look what happened there...normally we throw them in after a couple games....IE Collins, Clausen...
Dude, Weinke sucked. I'm 44yrs old and have a bad leg and I can still move my feet better than he could.
Collins actually won games for us, but he quit on us, not the other way around. He was developing just fine here.
I guess the jury is still out on Clausen, but his natural talent is nowhere near the level of a Peyton Manning or Aaron Rodgers.
And if your theory is correct, then why haven't any of these QB's been developed after they left here and hooked up with, supposedly, better QB coaches? Face it...talent has been the problem. Peyton Manning would have been good anywhere he went because he's talented, not because some coach made him a QB. He was thrown in the fire as a rookie too, but he came out of it just fine.
Can you name a QB besides Collins, who was drafted by the Panthers and started somewhere else after he left here?
Edited by monstercat, 04 March 2011 - 01:45 PM.