Re: JOnathan Kraft : there is no Plan Beyond BB and BB Plans to be here a number of years to come..
posted at 1/4/2013 4:31 AM EST
In response to Muzwell's comment:
In response to bredbru's comment:
In response to BabeParilli's comment:
It matters if BB stays or goes, but it matters only a fraction compared to when Brady goes. Better hope Mallet is a superstar, or join the pack of irrelevant teams that constantly hunt for that franchise QB and count it a great year to even make the playoffs..... which we take for granted with the GOAT on our roster. Anybody really think Mallet is a 5 SB games in 10 years guy?
hes got teh arm, but not the head or it factor. the gaem does not slow down for him like the best qbs nor do i feel he can rise to the occasion like the "it" players. i think we should build him up a few games then trade him while we can instead of letting him walk.
I have no idea whatsoever whether Mallet is a potential franchise QB and neither do you or anybody else. The guy has barely seen the field, how can you make any judgment at all?
As for being a 5 SB in 10 years guy, is anybody playing right now that guy? Brees has been around a while, is he? Is Rodgers? Is RGIII, Luck, Peyton Manning? Answer: no, no, no, no and no. So if that's your premise for whether a guy is any good, then I guess none of those guys would be good enough for the Pats post-Brady if you guys were in charge.
High standards on this board. Not even Joe Montana would make the cut.
disagree with our premise that there is nothing to see with mallet.
he makes slow decisions, with the elite qbs, the gasem slows down and they can decipipher much data, and make quick desions relatively calmly, then execute them. mallet has yet to make it that far. he may improve, my assessment is i dont think it will slow down like the elite qbs in the nfl. if it ever did, he has some tools to make him somehwat dangerous (even with a longer throwing motion).