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  1. #16
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    Re: Which is better: A hurt SM, or a healthy KB?



    I normally would disagree with sitting a QB - even a tired one - at this point in the season, but this is Steve McNair. He's probably feeling a little weird that he hasn't had to sit much. He's a true pro and would have none of the bounce back issues from a week's rest. IMO, he's one of the few QBs lately that you could really say that about. I'd have rested him too. That being said, we shoudln't have to worry much about that the rest of the way.

    Is there still a QB controversy?




  2. #17

    Re: Which is better: A hurt SM, or a healthy KB?

    There never was a QB controversy, at least on this forum. Everybody said McNair should start, it's just that he was actually worse than Boller in the first couple of weeks (statistically anyway) and some of us couldn't understand paying $33 million for the same production. We all said that McNair should remain the starter unless he started losing us games (Bengals game not withstanding because it was late in the year).

    Why do people continue giving Jessica Simpson speaking roles?

    I believe that if we can get a first round bye we are the odds on favorite to win the SuperBowl. T has already pointed out that there is a two week gap between the Conference Championships and the SuperBowl and getting McNair that much rest/Billick that much time to scheme is a huge coup for us.
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  3. #18
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    Re: Which is better: A hurt SM, or a healthy KB?

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  4. #19

    Re: Which is better: A hurt SM, or a healthy KB?

    In reference to the Grbac comment, don't forget about the O-line in KC. See Priest, Johnson for references.




  5. #20

    Re: Which is better: A hurt SM, or a healthy KB?

    Oh we've been fussing about the O-line around here for years.

    We knew our offensive system was crap, but even I couldn't have guessed how much better the line would look with a decent OC running the show.
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