If you ask me, Oakland has three mediocre QB's in Campbell, Boller and Edwards. None are going to lead them deep into the playoffs.FoxxyBrown1111 said:You´ve got a good QB now...and you have a weak division...
On paper San Diego is the best team in the NFL. Excellent QB, great young running back, fierce defense. But you'll notice that no one is picking them to win the Superbowl or even get there. Me included.
Ahh yes, Warren Moon, the man who threw for 49,000 yards, and 45,000 of them were between the 10 yard lines, or during garbage time. I don't think he ever won a playoff game in his entire career.leftover pie said:Warren moon and the run & shoot offence. now there was a team that promised a lot and delivered very little.
To his credit he was undrafted, and NFL teams only wanted to convert him to another position. He was basically a victim of racism, as during that time there was still the long held bigoted belief that black men weren't smart enough to play the quarterback position. Doug Williams and Vince Evans were drafted I believe the year before, and before that I think only Marlin Briscoe had started games at QB.
Seattle's downfall was paying an insane amount of money to Shaun Alexander when his career was about to head to the downside, while letting Steve Hutchinson go to Minnesota thinking that Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack (another draft bust) could replace him.on3m@n@rmy said:Seattle has repeated making draft blunders too many times. The latest confirmed bust... 2005 first rounder C Chris Spencer, now with the Bears as a backup.