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Old 12-06-2013   #14
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Ehh, evolution denotes something changing & i don't necessarily know if that's true about the game as a whole. Yes, you've got a few new wrinkles being made in terms of success of certain offenses & how the qb position is viewed, but when it comes down to it in the playoffs, you've still got to play stout defense & be able to run the ball when you want to & have an elite triggerman under center...or at least a guy who has elite level talent back there....

The only thing that's really happening imo is there are many more roads being discovered showing these college coaches how to come into the NFL and from the college ranks and have immediate success... The spread offense & the short atypical sized qb's are helping to facilitate that.
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