Originally Posted by EM31
I was responding to your assertion the the organization has "ruined him". That implies that he was not broken to begin with. On the contrary I think this organization found out very early on what a mistake they had made and tried to hide his weaknesses as best they could behind ground and pound game plans 100% designed to limit his exposure. Maybe they were desperately hoping that somewhere along the way he would improve. Maybe they hid him because admitting what a mistake he was would likely cost the GM his job. It does not really matter why they hid him but that was certainly the strategy.
He was damaged goods from the start. Not something good that was "ruined" by this organization.
This is very easy to say now and its easy to forget some of his better games. To sit there and say he was never good is misguided. He has shown flashes throughout his career, so your assertion that he was never good IMO is wrong. I do know he will never be a good QB here and must go, and I believe Rex needs to place just as much emphasis or importance on offense and the QB or the next QB will do no better.