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If he sticks with Gradkowski in '07, he's gone in '08.
I'm not sure I agree. Call it blind faith but Grads still looks like he's the man for this offense. He needs work but what rookie QB doesn't. I think he has less to work on than Simms does.
Quote from: keeponbucn on November 14, 2006, 08:03:29 AMI'm not sure I agree. Call it blind faith but Grads still looks like he's the man for this offense. He needs work but what rookie QB doesn't. I think he has less to work on than Simms does. agreed
To early to rule Grads out IMO. He is a rookie that didnâ€™t get much playtime in TC, and he shouldnâ€™t be playing this season. The O-line is at an all time low and the receivers are dropping balls and giving up on plays. Grads shows some promise but he needs to work on a few things. I think some of you are conveniently forgetting Simms still couldnâ€™t master the center exchange after two years with the team. That is one of the reasons they brought Hackett in to work with the QBs. Grads will get the rest of this season as the starter, and he will be in the mix for the starters spot next year.I doubt Gruden will put Simms back in there and I doubt Simms will want to stay anyway. If we bring a veteran in they will take a season to learn the playbook, so that doesnâ€™t help us much next year.Just give Grads the benefit of a full season and TC playing with the starters and he just might be the best option we have next season. All the expert pundits seem to think Grads has a very bright future but all of you blond hugging armchair coaches want to throw him under the busâ€¦..â€¦.go figureâ€¦LMAO