- Apr 3, 2017
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If you ask me, sweeping everything he's done under the rug due to circumstances and not looking deeper into the issue is what I would call dealing with the low hanging fruit.Fact remains: He's not been cut or traded when the time for doing that has long past. Something is not adding up here between your evaluation and our coachs' evaluations of Rosen. I'm curious what that tells you? Are you suggesting our coaches can't evaluate young QB prospects effectively? Maybe our coaches are actually taking into account the circumstances Rosen's experienced during past NFL opportunities to start, while you do not? Is that wise of you, or any effective evaluator?
As for excuses, no one is asking for them. But several of us are certainly looking at the big picture, rather than only at a few stats.
IMO, while it's true that stats matter a lot, they don't mean everything. I certainly would prefer a coaching staff that considers all sides of an issue. Not just the low hanging fruit as some seem to want to do.