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Glenn, Lou, and Christian open the show talking about last nights thrilling NCAA Football Championship game that ended past all of their bed times. They discuss the game, and who they think the big time NFL players will be.
Hour 1. Alex Reimer joins Gerry and Kirk to discuss the national championship and Meryl Streep's performance at the Golden Globes.
are 27 years removed from Doug Williams winning the Super Bowl . And Newton was the Number One overall pick, as was Vince Young and Jamarcus Russell . So maybe I’m just being ignorant, but I sort of feel like the country has kind of moved on
three winning Super Bowl quarterbacks for Gibbs made a total of four Pro Bowls in 33 combined seasons, or two more than Vince Young has in six seasons. 3. Paul Brown I think it's fair to suggest that I've overrated the modern coaches and not
categories: David Carr , Tim Couch, Daunte Culpepper , Joey Harrington , Ryan Leaf, JaMarcus Russell , Akili Smith and Vince Young . There are, of course, some notable exceptions. The last 15 or so years, three anomalies stand out as talented quarterbacks who just fell short
broken-down Brett Favre to a Tennessee team that was quarterbacked by the three-headed monster of Kerry Collins , Vince Young and Rusty Smith. If he had ended up sticking around Foxboro for another few seasons -- and isn’t it fun to think of Moss and Brady growing old together? -- he would
quarterback in the world, but he does well when he’s on the move, and he’s hard to bring down. In 2006, Vince Young was able to keep plays alive with his feet, but was ultimately overwhelmed by the New England defense, which sacked him six times. Against the
sacked two times 2008: None 2007: Trent Edwards** (L): 10-for-20, 97 yards, INT, sacked once 2006: Vince Young (L): 15-for-36, 227, 2 INT, sacked five times, two rush, 29 yards, TD 2005: None 2004: Ben Roethlisberger
Fail: Ryan Leaf, David Carr, Akili Smith, JaMarcus Russell, Tim Couch, Joey Harrington, Daunte Culpepper, Vince Young , Tim Tebow, Jimmy Clausen, Colt McCoy, Jake Locker. The three most notable exceptions to the rule over the last 15-plus years are
I mean, we can match up however you want to match up. We can match up with any offense.” In 2011, quarterback Vince Young gave the Eagles that same Dream Team nickname, and that squad started 3-6, ended 8-8 and was anything by dreamy. 8. After their bitter loss to the Patriots
16 yards, sacked two times 2008 None 2007: Trent Edwards ** (L): 10/20, 97 yds, INT, sacked once 2006: Vince Young (L): 15/36, 227, 2 INT, sacked five times, two rush, 29 yards, TD 2005: None 2004: Ben Roethlisberger (W): 18-for-24, 196 yards
to the back end of their secondary. Two shut down corners added to a secondary that already included Asante Samuel . Vince Young was so impressed in July Eagles camp after the lockout that he dubbed them the “Dream Team.” What happened? They went 8-8. A year later, they allowed