Originally posted by dbdublin:
I give up. I can only name two of them. Terry Bradshaw and Steve Young. Somebody will come up with it.
You know what's amazing? Joe Namath finished his career with 173 TD's and 220 Int's. Oh, I forgot, he played in New York.
I found it. It's Jim Plunkett.
Terry Bradshaw, Steve Young, and Jim Plunkett.
Well you aren't the first to get it, but Im gonna end this early I guess. I'm tired of mailing people requesting they pull down the answers.
Indeed these are the guys.
What's REALLY funny is I'm not advocating wait until Alex becomes one of them.
What's ironic is that it took both Bradshaw AND Plunkett over 5 or more years to get it right.
Steve was lucky in that he was traded to us and we had a solid system that he could grow into without having to get his skull bashed in trying to learn.
What REALLY has me miffed about this is that Steve went to Atlanta to help Vick become a better QB, but he lives in the Bay Area and doesn't even offer assistance where Alex is concerned. Okay I'm disappointed in both people Steve for not offering Alex for not asking.
I think what would really help Alex is learning Coach Walsh's step cadence. He should be reading his reads from the very first step in dropping back. This is the kind of thing that our QB coach is NOT teaching Alex. The kind of thing that Steve CAN teach.
I think that Alex should have this and next year to either show it and stay or not and leave. No more chances after that.