As a game manager QB i'd choose...

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by titan_fan_4ever, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. Favre

    11 vote(s)
  2. Kerry

    26 vote(s)
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. TBC_titan

    TBC_titan Camp Fodder

    You sound like you'd be one of those guys that would date a crazy, moody, unstable woman just as long as she's hot. Stellar mindset.
  2. cozmicfool

    cozmicfool Starter

    I can't even believe this is a poll!!! The whole purpose of having a game manager is that you don't TURN OVER the ball!

    Clearly this is not Farve!!!
  3. MadDog


    Same thing I was thinking... I've been gone since last friday and come back to hear about Farve. Somethings never change, his drama is starting to make the fans hate him.
  4. Tuckfro42

    Tuckfro42 Frozen Donkey Wheel

    And you sound like one of those guys that would date an obese, ugly, boring woman just because she would never leave you. Way to set the bar high.
  5. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Crap the booze out.

    Broken record here, but yeah- Favre is too much of a gunslinger that makes ridiculously thoughtless passes to be a game manager.
  6. TitansJonne

    TitansJonne OG triple OG

    IMO, i think the main reason favre broke so many records is because he's been in the league for 1000 yrs. Manning will break his records in prob less time.
  7. TBC_titan

    TBC_titan Camp Fodder

    That's a stupid comeback. I'm pretty sure Derek Zoolander or Tommy Boy could come up with something better than that.

    I'll reiterate my statement:
    Anyone who would rather have a slightly better, but much more melodramatic and distracting QB on their team would probably date a woman just because she was good looking, regardless of the crap she put him through.

    And let me get this straight, one who would prefer a maybe not quite as proficient (but proficient enough) QB, that's not a drama queen and not a distraction to the team would date an ugly, obese (what do those two adjectives have to do with this context?) boring woman just because they would never leave (as Kerry would have if he wasn't going to start)?
    You were skipping school the day they taught analogies, weren't you?

    Let me know when you want to make some sense.
  8. Tuckfro42

    Tuckfro42 Frozen Donkey Wheel

    I must have really hit a nerve for you to have written so much in response. I'm sorry I hurt your feelings. I thought we were just having fun.

    What I look for in a woman has absolutely nothing to do with what I look for in a starting QB. So, to be honest, you started the stupid analogy contest. But, it is my opinion that Favre is better than Collins. My opinion. Maybe he's not better for the Titans, but I still say he's a better QB than Collins.

    What drama does Favre cause during the season? Has his indecisiveness about retirement hurt his teams in any way? I think your weariness over the constant Favre talk has clouded your judgement of him as a player.
    • High Five High Five x 1
  9. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

    at least Collins knows the system. :duckrun:
  10. jreal26

    jreal26 Camp Fodder

    I appreciate what Collins has done for this team and I certainly could do without the Diva, "look at me" shenanigans but: Farve would be my choice if I had the pick of a Healthy Collins at this stage and a healthy Brett Farve. Now as game managers go, Collins has proven he can manage the game for a ball club. With Brett he's primarily been the focal point of most, if not all the teams he's been on. But I simply look back to our matchup with him last year and my choice would be Farve. He shredded our secondary with a quick and decisive passing game. He didn't turn over the football and he loosened things up for their running game. That game without question would lead me to believe he could be that for any talented team that needs a game manager that can still help you win games when called upon.
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  • Welcome to

    Established in 2000, is the place for Tennessee Titans fans to talk Titans. Our roots go back to the Tennessee Oilers Fan Page in 1997 and we currently have 4,000 diehard members with 1.5 million messages. To find out about advertising opportunities, contact TitanJeff.
  • The Tip Jar

    For those of you interested in helping the cause, we offer The Tip Jar. For $2 a month, you can become a subscriber and enjoy without ads.

    Hit the Tip Jar