Don't forget Steve Grogan who could scramble really well and had a great
arm when he came into the league. Lost plenty of both through punishing
hits. Grogs still would have beat Da Bears.
At 08:48 AM 12/5/2012 +0700, you wrote:
Of course, we have to acknowledge the valid
caveat that the rule changes restricting the defense have been a
significant factor in the improvement of the passing game. All of these
QBs are truly talented. But it's a much different game for them than it
was for Bart Starr, Roger Staubach, Kenny Stabler, Johnny U, Joe Montana,
Dan Marino, etc. No "Illegal Use of Hands" penalties then;
fewer "PI" calls; much less protection for the receivers;, and
much less protection for the QB's (except for Stabler in the 1976 game
vs. the Pats!). :-) All of those things make it much easier for today's
NFL QBs than it was for the great ones of the past.
On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 11:01 PM, Susan Moore
Loved seeing the Giants go down by one point last night...when Bree,
Brady, PP, and company step aside there will be RG-3, Luck, and Bradford.
Other than sounding like a Star Wars robot, RG-3 seems to be impressive
at least for now.
That's alot coming from a Cowboys' fan...lol!
Wish we could clone Brady or extend his play by another 15-20
years--sigh. Don't want to see him step aside.
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