Originally posted by D_Niner:Many of us like our weapons and think they could get better results with a better QB. I'm not convinced we can make the same statement for changing our receivers and keeping the same QB. It's as simple as that...
By coming in here and calling people haters, I think you may be too hung up on Alex to discuss this subject objectivly. I don't really care to argue the point because I'm not sure anything new can be said to make me (or you) change our points of view. The important thing is that were 7-1!
If I were getting hung up on Alex I'd be one of those delusional few who actually do consider his play elite to this point. Instead I look at the big picture and recognize he's at the bottom of the league I attempts, which brings total yards down, I recognize the many, many drops, bringing yards even more down, as well as bringing down his already great completion percentage, i recognize that hes also respectively up there in actual yards per completion. Looking inside these is ANYTHING but subjective, and in light of that who else is there to blame than those responsible for getting open and catching those passes. The fault is definitely not all on the receivers, but looking at both performances on the season, concluding that it is more to blame on our QBs play is as I've said, an ignorant standpoint.
But you're right, neither of us are gong to budge, so if we want to agree to disagree, I have no qualms with that.