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Old 01-01-2013   #68
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You guys arguments of QB like Rivers or Romo on our team will be bad because they will drag their flaws into play. If that is true then why even bother hiring coaches? What are the jobs of coaches? Why even bother implementing any kind of system when players will never change who they are.
If Matt Cassell never played for Bellichick in NE and all he has to show for his career is his atrocious numbers in KC then it's easy for anyone to write this guy off for being total garbage.

Any QB playing under Kubiak or Bellichick will not be the same QB as they were before. Whether Rivers becomes an all pro QB under this system is not at all ridiculous. Maybe he will in an extra year or two. Alex Smith, a once hopeless soul in the nfl, won a playoff game and almost lead his team to the SB the first year Harbaugh arrived and was having an all-pro qb rating numbers before his concussion in his second year.

Yeah, maybe having Rivers on this team, with his wild west mentality could sink this team rock bottom. Or maybe he's become that QB that really gets and understand this system and takes it to another level that Schaub could never do.

Either way it's a win win situation. Rivers exposes Kubiak weak coaching ability and gets him fire early or BANG. We got something here.

We need a wildcard like Rivers to run this offense. Schaub has hit his limits and is sinking fast.
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