inFINSible said:Well, that's what some guys were saying on Sirius NFL Blitz this afternoon.
I never heard who it was but they were in the studio and they were talking about the "soap opera" going on in the Miami QB "competition". They said the Frerotte was brought in to be the veteran back-up and Linehan was happy to have him and was hoping he might win the starting job. Saban even said that Frerotte may have an advantage due to his familiarity with the system but, and I quote" After the recent mini camps, the word out of Miami is that Linehan is very happy with what he has found in Feeley and thinks he has the talent to win the starting job"....They said that they expected Frerotte to be much further ahead of Feeley than what he was at the camps. Supposedly the "competition" has swung to Feeley's favor.
I didn't start this thread to argue who is better or who deserves to start....I'm just telling you what I heard....Sorry, I don't know who was saying this but, what I reported is honest and accurate....take it for what it's worth.
If anybody else heard this, I'd appreciate the support. :)
You seem to be the trustworthy sort, and I hope this is indeed true. I am a Feeley supporter and would be disappointed if Frerotte won the job. This guy last year went through the poisonous regime of Wanny and Co., had no running game, and played behind arguably the worst line in football. He needs a coach who believes in him, hopefully he has it now.