fishercob wrote:CCJ WAS RIGHT ABOUT THAT COUSINS GUY!!!
I do think Kirk Cousins is a legitimate, starting-caliber, NFL quarterback. Thought so when he was drafted. Thanks, fisher.
RGIII is way better than I imagined but let him have a slump or multiple injuries in a year or two, and you could
have a quarterback controversy.
It's all good now, though, because that is a good problem to have. RGIII is a league-MVP candidate. He has forever put himself in the hearts of Redskins fans and has the respect of the entire NFL. I was TOTALLY wrong to think Griffin would struggle in the NFL
. (It helps a bunch that the Skins drafted Alfred Morris. The running game is keeping defenses off-balance some from unloading fully on RG3. Who knew the Skins would be so dominant on the ground?
) Cousins will have to be HOF great to overtake RG3.
One thing is for sure, the trade value of Kirk Cousins is sky high now.
Kirk Cousins wants to know, "How do you like 'Debbie Downer' now, Mark Schlereth?"
I found it ironic that Cousins comes to Washington, but not that Cousins. So, I put up some pictures that I thought showed the difference in one and the other.
My real point was I curious about the move to draft a QB right after drafting RGIII. I thought the Redskins have other needs.
I think drafting a QB didn't make sense.
I DID NOT KNOW IT COULD HAVE BEEN A STRATEGIC MOVE to draft a QB that might get the Skins some picks back.
fisher, if I only had the gift with lotto numbers. I would be rich, man.
The steps of a righteous man are ordered by the Lord. Psalms 37:23