Originally posted by daragon:
Oooo. I think I'm starting to pull away in this debate. Lol. You don't have stats on RW for the next 5 to 10 years. So you can't make the statement of his greatness either. But we sure can make a statement about Brees, because we have his stats. All I'm saying is, as of now, RW is not as good as Drew Brees. You see potential, but so do we in Colin. You think your guy will overcome being a little shorty, and we think Colin can grow with his athleticism. You want to argue odds against proven greatness, portential against record setters. I'm sure Raider fans thought the same thing with their syrup drinker. Simply put, RW is short, abnormally so for a QB. He is going to have to do a lot to stand out going forward. We'll see, but based off of everything I've seen in the NFL as I have grown up, I don't expect a Superman season for RW.
You win my man, can't argue with this kind of logic.. you've clearly demonstrated your point to perfection and have shown me the errors in my argument, and i stand before you a shell of a man in bitter defeat.. congrats..
So let me ask you a question, what is it exactly that Brees does better? is it arm strength, footwork, scrambling, vision, leadership, etc.. or is it winning SB's and breaking records? Just curious as to what makes Brees more talented.. Another thing that boggles my mind is, since we both know that Brees is head and shoulders above Rivers in the talent department, why did Rivers get the SD job over him? Clearly SD's FO must be bafoons then right?
[ Edited by hawker84 on Aug 12, 2013 at 12:23 PM ]