being able to draft like this, especially with the rookie cap in place, is going to be crucial in the coming years. a GM can build a deep roster with a sizable number of players playing at a high level but still on cheap rookie deals.
This is why we are a losing franchise.
We are arguing which qb is getting the proper football street cred. Trophies don't mean anything to some here. Perception and is the national media giving someone proper credit or blame.
To paraphrase the great poet Allen Iverson. Perception?
We ain't talking about wins. We talkin bout perception.
I don't care if Cam gets another commercial or if Skip Bayless thinks he is any good.
Just friggin win. That's all that matters.
yeah there are a ton of people on this site who don't care if we win so long as cammy cam gets his props
Never seen the like of people who will jump through hoops to make excuses for every other QB in the league, but when someone provides reasons or rationale for Cam, they get all huffy and holier-than-thou and start referring to oral stimulation of testicles.
why can't the selfless heroes who defend us all from the scourge of the "cam huggers" on this site stop talking about balls and dicks
i exorcised by hatred of the patriots once we smacked them down in 2013 on MNF. my seething detestation has morphed to begrudging respect over the past decade and now matured into an acknowledgement of one of the best coaching/quarterbacking tandems in the history of the league. i hate them because they're damn good.
i hope one day we get to be the league's bad guys.
these are pretty much my exact feelings
i absolutely hated the patriots after the super bowl loss. my hatred for belichick and brady was really only rivaled by the vick-era falcons. i hated their bandwagon fans, hated how they were always in the playoffs, hated that masshole my mom worked with who wore his stupid pats sweater every friday and loved to torment panther fans, and everything else that had anything to do with them. that probably peaked in 2007 when they went 18-0 and holy hell was it glorious watching the giants drop them in the super bowl. but over the years as other teams rose, peaked, and collapsed (sometimes going through the entire cycle more than once) the patriots seemed to pretty much remain consistent, and that was something that i grew to respect.
Wilson had no choice on the two pts conversion throw.
Also some history. The last team to win a championship game with 4+ turnovers? 81 49ers.
then people shouldn't call them "touch throws"
also having to go back 30+ years to a completely different era of pro football illustrates the fluky nature of what we saw yesterday. there were 8 quarterbacks who threw at least 20 interceptions that season and the highest rated passer put up a rating of 98.