Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by nate42104, Mar 24, 2010.
yes please to vick and/or mcnabb
I think Kolb would be a good fit for Fisher ball. He's a very accurate short passer. He's less accurate on the long ball. So I think he fits the scheme nicely. He's also resonably mobile. You have to like a guy who's thrown up a 300 and 400 yard game in his first two starts. That's sick.
Vick - I think his biggest advantage was his speed, and I've seen none of that since his return. He did win some football games a long time ago. I respected that at the time, although he took heavy criticism for accuracy, I was willing to look past that toward the wins. So I think he had something. I just don't know if he can get it back without the pur athleticism. And I honestly think his family values are skewed against the norm ( look at him, his brother, and his mother ). I'm not going to judge him, I just think if you fight the norm, you're going to be on the outside looking in.
McNabb - I think the Eagles could ride his poney, as several qb's have often declined, only to find themselves in a superbowl. Elway, and even Peyton, relied less on their arms the years in which they got it done. The Eagles could very well rely on very different players, but have a stable qb and leader in McNabb, and win a superbowl. They don't have to rely on him. Any team getting McNabb could get another 3-4 years of stability at the position. And that is all you need somethings. I think he is an ideal Fisher qb, and maybe a good backup qb for this system.
BUT VINCE IS 'DA MAN!
Kolb if Vince was gone. No to the other two.
Yessir. I'd like to see Vick in St. Louis though.
If the Eagles were smart they would keep Kolb. Trade McNabb to Vikings or ______ get a 2nd round or whatever out of him. Trade Vick to the Rams for a 3rd. Now you have an extra 2nd and 3rd extra in one of the deepest drafts. Draft a 5th or 6th round QB to back him up or sign Chris Simms as backup.
So now you have a legit starter in Kolb. Sign Chris Simms as a back-up. Draft a 6th Round QB.
QB Depth: Kolbs - Simms - Rookie
32 touchdowns vs 39 interceptions after his 4th season. McNabb AND Vick have never had a single season with more interceptions than touchdowns. Vince, finally, achieved that monumental goal after the tough half of the schedule was over for a monstrous 10td/7int season. And, with that average at best performance over 1/2 a season, fans across the nation are sold that this guy playing at his best...although considered bad or at best, average by a quarterback with standards, can lead this team to a Super Bowl.
I think McNabb's 11-5 post-season record speaks for itself and doesn't need anyone defending that.
But, if you'd like to defend what Vince has done in his NFL career (excluding the 13-10, 10-7, 13-3 defensive battles the other side of the ball has gifted him) feel free to chime in.
So how many Superbowls?
Is that the same defense that gifted Kerry Collins a 13-10 record? Vince was 26-12with that same defense right? There is no logic to the argument that the defense gifted him the wins.
If anything, it was proven that Vince gifted the defense with wins.
If you are going to talk about McNabb's record, it's only fair to talk about Vince's record. And the numbers illustrate he's a winner. And that he is directly responsible for those wins with the sick comeback statistics.
I don't want anymore QB's in Tennessee!!!!
I am not surprised Reid is listening to offers, he'd be dumb not to. He has three capable QB's who all hold some value to someone.
The Jags should make an offer for Vick, then draft Tebow with their 2nd rounder. Then they could trick us for five 1st downs, then lose by 16.
he's not.. this was debunked yesterday..
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