Originally Posted by InmanRoshi
I'd like to get Hansen's explaination of Vinny's 1998 season.
Vinny was younger?
What people just don't get is that Vinny was not bad at all early in the season. He was incredibly sharp at times. But he threw interceptions late in games when his arm wore down.
Bledsoe can sling it around good--once he decides where to heave it after nursing the ball. Stronger arm, fewer interceptions. More absorbed sacks and fumbles.
It is a trade off. Not a quantum leap in quality that some people think.