Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by sportsman, Jan 22, 2006.
amazes me how defensive pressure can make a good QB look so average.
Manning anyone? So true. Yet Bledsoe was supposed to look like a super hero behind our line.
Put pressure on Jake and he will screw up.
if only he were a 1st round pick...
average? his play does not look average, his QB rating is like 0.0...
Hey!! It's 1.6%...
You mean it isn't just Henson in the first half of the Bears game?
I can't lie, I had to snicker
It has made 3 good QBs look bad -
Amazing how Bad Delhomme, Manning, Brady looked when they were getting hit and sacked with poor protection.
What Bledsoe did this year was amazing candidly. Lets shore up the Oline adraft a weapon or two and rock next year!
people sometimes forget that it's a team game
tru dat Boo
"Bill passed on him, therefore he must be bad!"
:lmao2: wasn't that before the 3rd INT though? lol
there, that's better
expertly done sir.
Was it the pressure, or the fact that Seattle took away Steve Smith? Jake without Steve = average at best.
Who said Delhomme was a good QB to begin with ?
you've seen his playoff stats right? and a team led by him actually made it to the SUper Bowl...
Please...Jake Delhomme is a proven starter in this league...he's had an unparalleled run of great showings in the playoffs for several years now, and he was certainly under pressure all of last season with all their injuries and I'm sure he has faced pressure this season as well.
The guy had a bad game...suddenly you want to pretend he's not the real deal? Ridiculous...Brady had a bad game, but he's played under pressure his entire career and is known to stand and take a hit to deliver.
Rothlisberger was under some pressure today too, but he got the job done.
Aikman had his share of stinky games...Roger STaubach has some stinkers...it happens.