Sounds like you are going back and trying to spin your previous statements a different way seems like your making up:
Me or you? You're spinning my statements and you you continue to fail to look up anything before answering.
Here I'll help you cause I know you have a hard time looking up facts before you click that post button.
Well the thread title is wrong, wherever that may originate from. He still has to prove he can win 4th quarter comebacks from behind and do it in a consistent fashion. So far it's been his achilles heel, and that's one you definitely don't want as a QB as your achilles heel.
Forget Lebron, I don't want him to Romo the Panthers. Gotta handle that pressure at the end, overcome those emotions, quiet the inner voice and find that zone and zen factor. Without that you are not a complete QB.
We still have The Saints, Bucs, Falcons, Texans and Lions, so there's a good chance this will be tested quite a few more times this season. Vikings, Indy and Titans are the only games left where I can be confident about being able to play and finish with a lead. The rest...they're going to be close games by 7 or less, that will come down to the final drives of the 4th quarter.
PS: Yes I know the Jaguars game and it's not enough. That game's going to be an asterisk on this year's schedule.
Is that the comment you were looking for? You see how you spin poo around and turn into something completely different? It ain't me brother. It's you.
Edited by Pantherball, 29 October 2011 - 07:37 PM.