Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by PATRIOT64, Jun 17, 2007.
Who is going to be the highest passer in terms of yardage?
Billy Volek, most definitely.
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Someone like Brees who has a bad D. Carson Palmer maybe. What about that other USC alum, Leinart? He is good and no NFC West team can defend.
With Hobbs returning kicks(starting field pos.) and our defense Brady won't have the yards, TDs perhaps.
Who cares? Yards are overrated anyway. NE defense always gives up yards...but not points.
Drew Brees. He just gained Eric Johnson and Robert Meachem, and he retains Marques Colston and Devery Henderson. Not necessarily the very best in the NFL but definitely good enough.
Or perhaps Matt Leinart. Three fantastic receivers and terrible NFC West defensive backfields.
I will also bring up Marc Bulger for that same reason. He picked up Drew Bennett and still has Holt and Bruce along with two young tight ends to throw to.
Finally, the last name I will say is Jon Kitna. Calvin Johnson, Roy Williams, and Mike Furrey is no shabby wide receiving corps. If he doesn't get replaced by Drew Stanton midseason he should have a good passing season.
The most yards is often not on a top team. My guess is the field, although I would chose Palmer of those listed.
Let's get a couple of games into the season before getting back on that train....bad memories
Good call, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a direct correlation between passing yards and team scoring defense. In that case, Palmer would have to be the pick.
Good call, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a direct correlation between passing yards and team scoring defense. In that case, Palmer would have to be the pick. Following this same rationale, Jon Kitna could be a wildcard if he stays healthy.
If he stays healthy throughout the season, I'm going with Donavon McNabb. All they do is throw the ball.
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