Originally posted by jcs:Originally posted by TenderLoinTimmy:Originally posted by SJniner7:
....and... didnt even give us a reach a roun.....
HS coach used to tell the team that all the time.
"blah blah blah they (many expletives) and didn't even have the common courtesy to...."
What I've been wondering to myself is that there seems to be more of these early bloomers at QB than ever. Ryan in ATL, Flacco in BAL, Sanchez in NY, etc. or is it just me?
How do the coaches prepare these guys to operate their systems so quickly and comfortably? HOW COME WE HAVE NO SUCH LUCK?????
I swear, I wish there was a QB coaching for dummies or a boxed dvd set like baby can read or muzzy for this stuff. Still have hopes for Davis.
What are you talking about...we had not one but two HOF QB's play back to back over a 20+ year stretch. Not to mention the guys like Y.A. Tittle. Just be patient and be happy you're not a Bengals fan.
^I'm sure that bodes well for any dolphin fan that can remember Marino.
I'm speaking about the last decade or so. It's not like after Young things went smoothly. We were still trying to find a successor while he was still here and we went through a few of those. Then when we finally get a decent one(hand picked by Walsh no less) we run him outta town over money.
My whole point is that when we get these guys, they're bad, like instantly worst in the league bad. Everyone shares the blame and while most of these guys fizzled when they parted ways some of that has to fall on the selection process and coaching.