They watched what we watched. It was so infuriating because we were considerably better than anyone expected. We competed in virtually every game despite missing our best player for nearly the entire season. The D struggled to get stops at times, but time and time again they got the stops in critical situations and gave the offense and opportunity to win or tie the game and in those biggest moments Teddy came up the smallest. You just can't have that at the QB position. You need a QB who can actually win a game. In today's offense driven game you can't get away with a QB who plays not to lose.