That still cracks me up. In 15 starts Matt Ryan threw 26TD and 14 INT. In 11 starts Drew threw 27 TD and 3 INT. In one of those starts Drew Barely played before he was injured. Nevermind that Ryan had the more Talented receiving core last year also.And Matty Slush the best QB in the NFC South
No I don't. But there are 7 seeds for each conference and the AFC outside of Baltimore and Kansas City is not strong. Buffalo, Pittsburgh Tenn are good not great. On the next tier of teams is SD and Indy. I think NE finds a way to get in the Playoffs. I thought they were a contender with Stidham to begin with.Do you really think Newton is as good a QB as Brady was with the Pats?.............................................not in a million years!!
Good points Drago. I have a feeling we will see more and more of this if the mobile QB becomes predominant. Just like RBs, they will take a physical beating and teams will be very wary of the mega 2nd contract for a player who may have used up his elite physical traits. And especially physical mobile QBs who are going on 3rd contracts. There is just so much injury and lowered performance risksRichard Sherman thinks it's disgusting since he had to sign for the minimum. I don't understand this. There was no market for Cam so what were the Patriots supposed to do give him a mega deal just because? He calls Cam a transcendent talent and that was true years ago but injuries have taken a toll. Cam Newton isn't the first good QB who had to play for less after injuries or diminished skill. It's fairly common.
Instead of being happy that Cam got another shot Sherman is trying to turn this into something it's not. This is a prove it deal. If Cam shows that he's still a transcendent talent then he'll be paid accordingly.