still looking to upgrade my qb
posistion. let me kno whatsup
if you can.
what would you give for Leftwich?
you will be once Bryant comes back and his second receiving option isnt a seventh round rookie.
you really think leftwich is that good. do you even watch the games like that. or do you hop on the net and look at stats and fantasy points and determine their ratings.
dude i watched him play last year and he was really good in a couple games that's why i picked him up. watch the clip.
but you do know leftwich is not start for them the whole year. they are just preparing josh freeman for the nfl.
why not? they could pull a Kurt Warner and start the vetaren because hes doing good and why not let Freeman sit on the bench as year and learn?
mind as well get freeman ready for next year by playing him in the last three games or so. so he can get a feel for the game.
maybe but if hes playing well he shouldnt be benched. i can see people arent buying in yet so ill have to wait to trade him if not i still have a really good backup quarterback.
is gonna trade for him unless someone's qb gets hurt. and by the way you do know your gonna lose tomorrow and probly the following week. Lt And westbrook are both hurt .
dude ive got offers like Stafford for him but i didnt like it. and Westbrook is playing last year he was injured but played and had a huge game so dont count him out he will play im pretty sure.
anyway im going to bed. gotta go to work. tomorrow i will be 2-1
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if you can.