I would trade our two first round picks this year and our first next year if he would sign a contract extension ... what's wrong with you people?
I would as well but in our case it doesn't matter. He isn't coming here. I believe very close to the draft that there will be a trade between the Chargers and Titans for Rivers. Nashville is about a 2 hour drive to Decataur, AL where he grew up and the Whisenhunt connection and the fact that he isn't going to resign with the Chargers until the stadium issues is resolved and that isn't going to be resolved anytime soon. Best for the Chargers to trade him now and take your chances wiht Marriotta rather than seeing Rivers walk and get nothing for him.
1. was named starter because of Brian Hoyers poor performance.
2 that's a paraphrase and his grammar is better than yours.
3 a lot of you bitches will hate him no matter what so who cares?
My reaction? Fair enough kid, let's play football.
Pretty much. He either succeeds or he doesn't. It's better for the Browns if he succeeds (obviously) so I'm rooting for him. I can't say that I'm convinced that he has what it takes, but I would sure love to be proven wrong!
In Chicago WITH a good running game - McCown was a very pleasant surprise and well liked by the fans. His critics like to over-emphasize the Tampa experience; BUT his running game ranked about 31st for a good portion of the year. I think our offense and running game in particular is built more like Chicago's was - only I like our oline way better.
If he can hit the deep ball with any success, he's a big improvement over Hoyer. How many close games were lost that would've been won if we had scored just one more TD. The first Baltimore game comes to mind as one that Hoyer missed several deep passes on guys wide open.