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  1. 0-16 I doubt he'd be boasting about the Chiefs. Mahomes on the other hand.......... Also not you specific but when people quote Kirill it forces those of us that have him blocked to see his garbage.
  2. Using wins as an individual stat is dumb, however it does have some uses. If I was owner, gm, head coach and starting QB (100% job security), I could under hand toss the ball to a RB every play. I'd probably set records for completion %, if 3 and out all game, all season got me to minimum attempts to qualify. The team would be 0-16 and laughing stock of NFL. Do I deserve any credit for being an accurate passer? No. Extreme example, but if what you're doing isn't winning football games, what is the point.
  3. Maybe, but that's what I see from the 5-6 games I've seen him play. Makes decisions fairly quickly, near elite zip, some where between them is the problem. Dbs are able to close in on his targeted wr because of his awkward slow throwing motion. He'd have way more batted down balls at line of scrimmage if he wasn't a running threat and dline are afraid to leave their feet.
  4. Slow release, inaccurate when he isn't allowed to "wind up". Not terrible like Tebow, but that's why he's not an elite thrower.
  5. If anyone runs to get in someone else's face after the play it's likely to be taunting. If it happens during play, tackle them.
  6. Iwill put him 2nd also. If Titans won more games maybe even MVP. I think MVP has to be from a top 5 team, or Playoff team if you break all time records.
  7. There isn't a set number. Typically it's between 4 and 8.
  8. I heard somewhere that Hall of Fame is for people that the NFL'S story couldn't be told without. Going by that.... Give me Manning, Charles Woodson, Seymour, Wayne, Faneca and Bryant Young.
  9. https://www.nfl.com/news/pro-football-hall-of-fame-class-of-2021-modern-era-semifinalists-manning Eric Allen, CB – 1988-1994 Philadelphia Eagles, 1995-97 New Orleans Saints, 1998-2001 Oakland Raiders Jared Allen, DE – 2004-07 Kansas City Chiefs, 2008-2013 Minnesota Vikings, 2014-15 Chicago Bears, 2015 Carolina Panthers Willie Anderson, T – 1996-2007 Cincinnati Bengals, 2008 Baltimore Ravens Ronde Barber, CB/S – 1997-2012 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cornelius Bennett, LB – 1987-1995 Buffalo Bills, 1996-98 Atlanta Falcons, 1999-2000 Indianapolis Colts Tony Boselli,
  10. Carr is so overrated... throwing to the open receiver
  11. I like to think that he is softly singing rainbow connection in his Kermit voice and it throws Dlines off.
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