is measurably better? Stats aren't worthless when they're that clear.
Freeman isn't the best but he's better than Fitz (coming from a guy who liked Fitz) and he's better than Thad. But we lost out on him. We did our due diligence and now we'll have to make it work with... with... Thadeus Lewis. That's just, great news
edit: there is!
I have no idea if those years are in order or anything. If not it seems as if he's gotten worse over time. His first year was good. Bucs fought hard. The last 2 and this year he hasn't been impressive.
If you do the math there that's 71TDs and 54INTs. Fitz had 75TDs in 3 years(didn't start every game) I would guess his INT's were high than 54(60 some)but I think they are fairly close. This would be like back tracking in a sense
I agree that it helps to know the playbook. All things being the same, the guy that knows the playbook is better than the guy that doesn't.
But I'm not putting Nathanial Hackett out there over Tim Tebow if he was signed an hour before the game started. Ok maybe I would over Tebow.
My point being, you can know the playbook backwards and forwards, but you won't succeed unless you can make the throws. Which is what we saw with Tuel. Give me a QB where he can find an open receiver and give the WR a chance to make a play.
Hey guys. I have a question for any of you that live in the Buffalo area. I just saw that Noco is doing a thing where if you donate $20 to the breast cancer charity they give you 2 tickets to Sundays game. I live in Central NY but my wife and I would like to take advantage of this offer. Would anyone be willing to pick up 2 tickets for me via this deal and I can paypal them the money or pay when we meet in person to get the tickets? Id throw in a little extra for the gas to go to Noco and pick them up. Would really appreciate it. Shoot me a PM if you could do this for me.
Are the Bills the only team who still use the blackout rule? I thought the NFL made it up to the teams whether or not they want to use it.
I think teams were given the option of different thresholds for blackouts but there was some other catch to it, and when the Bills crunched the numbers they determined they were better off sticking with the original rules.
Yea they do a great job of using tarps..everywhere I look around here people are trying to give away tickets to the games,hell the company my wife works for left 100 tickets for the employees on Monday and as of yesterday there were still 90+ left. The London series is the best thing for them, it's bad around these parts.