you should be.Both Mariota and Winston are intelligent, hard working football players with amazing athletic gifts. Winston does come off as immature and Mariota isn't a fiery leader.But both young men are sharp and can make defenses pay on the field. It is an honor to be able to choose either one to help this franchise out.Bucs passing on either one would be a massive mistake.
I think every fan realizes that the Bucs have an excellent opportunity to get a perceived franchise qb, I'm not on board only because I don't believe Lovie will draft one, and if he does, he won't let that qb reach their full potential.If you fire Lovie today, and bring in anybody that has a brain, I'm fully on board (but I'm actually hoping for Connor Cook, tbh)
I wouldn't worry about that. A good QB will always outlast a bad coach. We just have to hope we get a good QB.
You've mentioned this before, and for the life of me, I can't think of one example where this has ever happened. Off the top of my head, I'm trying to remember any team having a bad coach, a good QB... having said coach fired, and then the QB bloom into stardom with the new HC. I also can't remember any HC who was bad that won a lot of games because his QB was good. Now, you might find something prior to 2000 when the game was different and more run heavy, but that's not the way the game is today.
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