i'm waiting for the fire to die down before posting a link to profootballfocus's stats showing long QBs hang on to the football, how long they have before being sacked, and their rating when hold on to the ball too long vs. when they get rid of it quick.
post it now.
this is a tonyn thread so we're in dire need of an injection of facts and what those ivory tower intellectual elites call "observable reality".
yeah he backed in to the playoffs with a .500 record, sucker punched the steelers, and then got vaporized in one of the worst playoff beatdowns i've ever seen.
now he has one of the greatest player-coaches ever running his offense and jack del rio running his defense. his gameday duties consist of yelling at the refs and throwing challenge flags.
of course, his good record in two seasons with denver where he has little control over personnel or playcalling is proof positive of the kind of coach he is rather than the exactly average record he compiled here over a much longer amount of time when he had near complete control over playcalling and heavy sway over personnel, somehow.