Originally Posted by TexCanada
You make that sound like a negative thing. I'm on pretty much the same page as Tex, he's a good but not great QB. So, unless we can find a legitimate top 10 QB, then there is simply no point in replacing him.
That being said, I hope we take a long, hard look in the upcoming draft to see if we can find a guy we think can be top 10.
You have to run an NFL team like you would if you were in the stock market.
Number 1 problem most amateur investors have is....waiting on a dog to improve.
"DOG" stock is that favorite stock you have that you just KNOW is going to end up being the big winner. So you wait. And you wait. The value drops a little, no worries. You wait on it. Then it drops a bit more. It's really dogging it now, no upward trend...just steadily falling a little at a time. So you wait.
Because such an investor can't find it within himself to put his dog out of its misery. I mean, it's not THAT bad. At that point, you lose objectivity.
Schaub is a stock that is dogging it. It might bounce back two points, but it will drop 3 next week. So on and so forth.
Gary is loyal. Gary doesn't like taking the dog stocks to the NFL vet.