Originally Posted by dalemurphy
If Jackson is playing well in the second half of the season then the decision to start him will look a lot better than it does now. That's the gamble they took. If we are 4-2 at the bye and the young secondary begins to gel, then this will be a very different conversation as we head throug November. I'm not predicting it... but, that is what the coaches are thinking.
And if Jackson looks the same and we are 3-3 at the bye after being 3-1 after four games, then people will say the sky is falling.
Neither one would really be a proven statement, but what we do know is what they have shown so far.
What they have shown is the propensity to have total team wide breakdowns.
That, and I can pretty much guarantee that the opposing QB will have a great day.