Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Willfreedom909, Jan 12, 2019.
Hopefully this puts in perspective to some how hard it is to win.
pretty cool stat....let's keep it that way tongiht!
You could say Goff won a playoff game by getting a bye and not having to play a wildcard game.
Also how hard it is for young QB's to handle the pressure cooker of the playoffs.
No. You couldn’t.
I didnt even look and knew who started this thread..lol
Also, how the better QBs are drafted early, because the teams they get drafted by aren't good.
He won by not even throwing a single pass completion on the final drive...
Cowboys went 4-12 the year Dak was drafted.
Then Dak won 2 play off games....
Because our backup QBs were horrible. Dak wasn't drafted to start, he was meant to be 3rd string, and fortunately, Zeke was our 1st round pick.
But but but.....durrrrrr
To be fair, Weeden had a better completion percentage than Dak under way worse conditions. If he had an offense tailored to him, fully health line, Zeke running the ball, I’m pretty sure he could manage the game just like Dak.
Realistically, I think his lack of mobility wouldn't have allowed him to have the success Dak has had. When he was in NE, he looked really good, but on this team, he looked anything but good.............though apparently, he threw a very pretty spiral.
Again, 70% completion percentage being a checkdown Charlie with no rushing attack and Zach Martin with a high next sprain... I’m sure he can make a couple passing plays against one deep safety man press coverage on the outside seeing it as much as Dak does..
Then Romo gets one for 2014 and DAK for 2016.
You are so tongue in cheek today.
His career completion percentage in Dallas over 2 seasons there was 65.4% compared to daks 66.1%. It was higher than romos but lower than daks.
Stop spreading fake news.