Right, but there are much better QB's that never won a Super Bowl. So an indivdual stat can't account for the greatness of a player. I'm a David Carr apologist, and he has 8 straight seasons beginning his career throwing for over 3,000 yards, fourth QB ever to do that (Russell Wilson/Cam Newton and Peyton Manning). Even I find it hard to put Carr in the same category as two of of these three players. YMMV.There are stats that only speak about individuals and there are stats that speak to what actually prevails from a team's winning or losing. Did Tampa Bay fans care that they won a SB with Trent Dilfer? I don't think so.
If the Rams win, they could be back playing in this, their home stadium, in the Super Bowl.surprise, surprise... they are playing today's game on TV today...
I'm lucky I don't really know/care who any of these guys are... I watch the football as a neutral observer,,
what happens on the field..now.. is what counts, not statistics...
especially because dilfer (pride of aptos, ca) played for the ravens.There are stats that only speak about individuals and there are stats that speak to what actually prevails from a team's winning or losing. Did Tampa Bay fans care that they won a SB with Trent Dilfer? I don't think so.
That's what it looked like to me. Folks across the pond don't realize those guys are so strong, they can hurt someone who they aren't intending to hurt very easily. It looks like he was just trying to tackle the guy, but he was hauling buns, his helmet got into the hit. The helmets are so big, it's going to happen, nothing you can do about it.No you're not supposed to lead with your helmet into the body either, you supposed to use your shoulder. I think that was just a very unfortunate circumstance that happened
They are trying to establish their “brand.” You know like some baseball announcers have their signature home run call. I agree that it is annoying and even embarrassing to hear.… Why do those guys shout like maniac children when they have mikes?