Would a rookie qb perform better than McNair in the next 2 years?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by bigreese82, Mar 30, 2006.

Would a rookie qb outperform McNair in the next 2 years

  1. NO way..Steve is still a top 12 qb if he had weapons

  2. Highly unlikely in next 2 years but look at Big BEN

  3. Yes, these are not your normal rookie qbs they are FRANCHISE QBS

  4. Production would be similar

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  1. Soxcat

    Soxcat Starter

    Is the current and declining version of McNair good enough to get us to a SB? Assuming Leinart is the guy for us I have no problem going out on a limb and saying it is possible if not probable he could be effective even as a rookie. More than likely we are not going to be SB bound no matter who the QB is in 2006. However, looking forward I could see Leinart doing as well over the next two years as McNair. Leinart is a rare example of a QB who is as NFL polished as any QB coming out since Manning and on top of that he will be running the same offense he ran in college.
  2. RollTide

    RollTide All-Pro


    Was mcnair old and in decline in 98, 99, 2000? His average passing rating those three seasons was 80.3. The old, senile and supposedly in decline mcnair had an 82 passing rating in 2005 with no running game and no WRs. He was 25-27 years old then so what was the problem?

    Why did some on this board insist that mcnair should have been mvp in 2002 with an 84 rating but now he sucks in 2005 with an 82 rating? In 2002 he had mason, mccareins and dyson. Who the hell did he have in 2005? I wonder how jake the hippie boy plummer would have done with this lame 2005 offense that mcnair had. Go see his arizona stats for an idea.
  3. Go Cenile Mcnair!
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