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This poll was from a few years ago. Cam Newton in 2020 was worse than Tommy Hodson.
 

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it still surprises me that Paxton Lynch didn't at least become a serviceable/average QB in the league. Dude had a big time arm coming out of Memphis.
 

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it still surprises me that Paxton Lynch didn't at least become a serviceable/average QB in the league. Dude had a big time arm coming out of Memphis.
think a lot of that has to do with lack of prep work by the player - the game isnt just throwing the ball... think a lot of these young guys skip they mental work aspect of development... afterall, why not, they probably didn't have to do a whole lot of it at the college level where natural talent can overcome a lot of deficits in a guys game... And a solid #2 would be poor coaching... the coaches just don't do enough in terms of developing skills & knowledge ... combine that with the first one, and its a career killer...
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as for the op...
worst patriot quarterback ever? minimum 8 starts?

jeeze...
  • Tommy Hodson & Mike Taliaferro as 1a & 1b

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How is JaMarcus Russel not the QB of choice for the Raiders? He was the biggest contributing factor to the rookie wage scale
 

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Christian Ponder for the Vikings? NFW I'd submit there's more to a 'worst of all time' than just stats. How about being the reason your team can't win?
Kirk Cousins today signed a one year extension. He is now under contract through 2023. 2 years with an $80M dead cap hit...for Kirk Cousins...Kirk F'n Cousins. When that extension runs out Minnesota will have paid him $154M over the course of 5 years. Don't get me wrong, I never begrudge any player what they get paid, good for him. But from an organizational standpoint his contracts single-handedly strapped the team to the point where they can't get the additional pieces to get them past being @ a .500 team. From a business standpoint investing in Kirk Cousins may well be the worst decision MN has ever made period
 

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