TRUDOLFAN54 said:I WAS JUST WONDERING WHAT IS GUSS.FERRROTTE ALL TIME STATS ARE THEY ANY GOOD HOW MANY PLAYOFFS GAMES ANY FERROETTE FANS OUT THERE IM NOT SURE IF IM EVEN SPELLING HIS LAST NAME RITE.
Dudeman said:its Frerotte, and instead of looking at career stats, you should be more concerned with his 2003 stats while in the offense that he'll be playing in for the next 2 years
here are some good articles:
We may not get a non-Vikes Frerotte. Do the math here:Eshlemon said:http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2003/regular?&_1:col_1:col_2=7
Gus had a great 3 game run against 3 bad teams, Atl (5-11), Det (5-11), and SF (7-9).
As others have stated, unless you have Moss (5 of his 7 TD passes) and the 2003 Viking offense (#1 total yards, #4 rushing, #4 passing, & #6 scoring) we should expect a non-Vikes Frerotte of 70 TDs & 65 INT's.
1 impressive season out of 2 as a FT starter and 1 pro bowl appearance a half decade ago still puts him light years ahead of Aj imo. :ears:painnotpleasure said:Frerotte only had one impressive season while starting in 1996 with 57.4%, 3453 yards, 12 TD's and 11 INT's. I'm pretty sure that was the year he made Pro Bowl.
Also, I remember reading somewhere around here before... but can anyone confirm if it's true that he has never lost a fumble in his ENTIRE career?
I wouldn`t say we have better overall weapons. Booker, Boston, McMike may rate a slight edge, but those Viking teams had Moss, and that`s a HUGE edge.Boik14 said:We may not get a non-Vikes Frerotte. Do the math here:
Moss >> Chambers (who for arguments sake we'll call our #1)
Ronnie, Ricky, Gordon >>Bennett, Moore, Whizzanator Smith, Fason
Our overall weapons are at least as good as minny if not slightly better.