Thread: Frazier: Ponder to stay starter
01-11-2013, 02:32 PM #11
I said nothing of the sort. My point (let me color it for you) is that even though a few young QB's have initial success they eventually start to struggle with Ryan being the best one of late, but let him lose this game and that will quickly turn on him.
Like Dalton and the Bengals, the Falcons made serious moves to solidify the weapons around Ryan and he still hasn't put it up to the next level until this year and thats more because he has 2 stud receivers that put up 1100 or 1200 a peice with 10 or 12 TD's a piece not to mention his TE.
No way in hell Ponder looks the way he does (nor would any young QB) with weapons like that around him.
In the end, he will progress, like all QB's that eventually make it, but even when he is to the point were you think he's figured it all out, he will turn around and make a mistake. They all do, regardless of how much time they've been playing.
I can't make my point any simpler than that for you.Many many thanks to my talented friend Jos for the new Sig.
01-12-2013, 12:47 PM #13