Whenever I click on the last page of a thread, I prepare myself by accepting I'm going to hear some of the most asinine observations, such as highly touted QB prospect being put into a horrible situation last season needing to be traded if he wins us games this season, and the Huddle never fails.
Well, aside from the reading portion of the GED exam and Developing an Informed Opinion 101, the Huddle never fails.
Clausen showed nothing in terms of intangibles last season. Being as this was my primary concern with Cam, Jimmy worried me when he seemed to pack it in mentally instead of inspiring his teammates with his guts and fire. That was a problem for me, even more than his looking lost on the field.
Jimmy, from what little I do know about him, loves the game and is a student of. He has played not to lose (checkdowns, short passes, etc), which hopefully the new staff has shown him that playing in such a manner doesn't necessarily mean that they will win, just that they're more concerned with not losing as opposed to winning. That might not make sense to everyone, but maybe this will: he was playing to be her friend so that he wouldn't not have sex with her, but that usually means he doesn't get in there, it just means he doesn't look like that dude so desperate for ass that he hides cameras in the ladies' stalls. Either way, he wasn't making Charlie Sheen proud
I don't understand how having two young guys competing to be the franchise QB is such a horrible idea to some that they have to be traded as soon as one looks remotely better.
Edited by Icege, 11 August 2011 - 01:07 PM.