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Jesus, stop with the New Orleans game crap.What, one good deep throw? That's enough for you hopefools to hang your hat on, but like the realists on this thread, I won't be convinced Grads can throw an accurate deep ball until he does it more than once every three games..
Actually Gradkowksi had four good deep throws in that game.
Quote from: All_da_way on October 27, 2006, 04:10:38 PMActually Gradkowksi had four good deep throws in that game. Aside from the 52 yard pass to Galloway, he didn't complete anything longer than 23 yards. And Pittman got most of those yards after the catch..
Simms went 0-3 and Gradkowski went 2-1. Â What does that tell you - Grad is better!
Gradkowski throws like Shaun King when he throws deep. His trajectory is too high and he's not accurate. He is mobile and decisive. We need a QB that combines the best of Gradkowski with the best of Simms. Rattay is not in contention. That only leaves McCown as a possibility, and we really don't have enough evidence to make a judgement right now. After a few more losses with Gradkowski, I would like to see if McCown can be a better compromise. Simms is as good as gone and Gradkowski is not going to get any stronger.