Creature of Bad Habits
- Aug 14, 2011
It was close, but he was over. Even in your still the ball isn’t out of his hands yet, right?
Point being, we have a legit starting QB who’s among the more productive guys at his position in the conference. Football results hinge on a razors edge — a few plays determine wins and losses in many games. So I have no interest in playing the backup QB who has almost no game experience just because.
I think people are way out over their skis on this one.
His time will come, and I think he looks the part.
But we have a QB1, so he should keep getting backup snaps in practice, and hopefully a lot of snaps in the Wagner game.
He just arrived in the summer, didn't get to participate in spring ball. So he needs more time, and outside of garbage time or helmets coming off, shouldn't be thrown in the deep end.