Originally posted by Apples:Originally posted by D_Niner:Originally posted by Apples:Originally posted by simplyfloyd:
haha, no way is this argument valid....
the first year he barely played, 9 games...
every year after that he has a qb rating of 80 +, and he throws more touchdowns that interceptions.
I'm sorry, but anyone who throws 1 td to 11 interceptions is just not cut out for the nfl.
Oh, but don't you know? We don't count that rookie year.
Or the last two seasons either, just forget about him being injury prone, we're only talking games here.
And you can probably throw out most of his bad games from 2006 too, those were most likely due to bad weather or Kwame Harris or something.
So when you really boil it down, it's clear that Alex is far better than the likes of Terry Bradshaw and Steve Young.
Don't knock Alex; he's 11-0 (perfect) for games he started and the team won...
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