So if he wins ONE SB in a 15-18 year career, then he gets catapulted to Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees status? They haven't even been to more than that one. Funny how that works. Gonna take a lot to get to reach the status of the great Eli Manning.Or Watson will end up like Stafford, Rivers, Ryan, Cunningham, McNabb & a whole slew of other really good QBs who never won a Super Bowl.
I know no one wants to get into this, but pretty soon it’s going to be all we talk about. Does Watson make the others around him better? Does he inspire those around him to be their best?
It’s a subjective thing & all we’re going to have as evidence are things we normally associate with coaching. Mistakes, pre snap penalties in crucial moments. Fumbles that come out of nowhere to end a game.
& we’re going to look at great games by guys like QT/Henson & say he’s doing his part.
His stats are right there with the top 5 QBs. But production? But not scoring on first drives?? How far back do we have to go to find a top 5 QB that lost 11 games?