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Dilfer's QB Analysis

Didn't see this anywhere.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/preview09/columns/story?columnist=dilfer_trent&id=4436281

I don't agree with everything, but I like the way he approaches the analysis. He goes a little extreme by ignoring all statistics, but I understand why. I wish there was less statistical analysis (not none, just less) and more stuff like this.
Nice read, I think its pretty accurate
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.

Umm...he was last year.
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.


would you have rather had dan marino or terry bradshaw?
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Originally posted by jdt84_2:
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.


would you have rather had dan marino or terry bradshaw?

Dan Marino every time.
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.

Umm...he was last year.



He was even worse the year before last....
Originally posted by tn9er:
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.

Umm...he was last year.



He was even worse the year before last....

he has a ring though
Originally posted by GoNiners:
Originally posted by tn9er:
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.

Umm...he was last year.



He was even worse the year before last....

he has a ring though

I think that he is talking about Hasselbeck not Big Ben
this article was very refreshing. Finally, someone who actually played the position giving his take instead of todd mcshay, or meril hodge who played running back...

Great analysis Dilfer!
Originally posted by backontop:
Originally posted by GoNiners:
Originally posted by tn9er:
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
Originally posted by Schulzy:
Too much emphasis placed on winning, not enough on stats.

What I said sounds a tad askew, but I mean Big Ben isn't the 5th best QB in football. And no way Hasselbeck is 9th. That's just Dilfer being a friend.

But it wasn't too bad.

Umm...he was last year.



He was even worse the year before last....

he has a ring though

I think that he is talking about Hasselbeck not Big Ben

I was talkin about Dilfer
A pretty good read. I mostly agreed with his comments.