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Thread: trent green product of a system, culpepper is a system

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    trent green product of a system, culpepper is a system

    now tell me who would you rather have dan marino, or montana?
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    The "product of the system" QB won like 4 Super Bowls and the player that was the "system" won none. Not like it was Marino's fault but when you have a system everyone is involved. When one guy is the system it's mostly about that player.
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    Trent Green isn't the product of a system, if anything i would say Culpepper is. He was comfortable enough in Brian Billick's and Scott Linehan's systems that he had great years in Minnesota. Without them he struggled. Plus the great system QB's, who execute plays and run offenses to perfection WIN SUPER BOWLS like 0202 said. Considering neither of these guys have won a super bowl as a starter i cant say either is a great system player.
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    Recently somebody (please help me with some linkage) said that Dan Marino was easy to read when he was using running game, because of the way he moved his feet on those plays. So because of that, he laked of a god runner among him and that might avoid us to win on big games. His passing skills were so supreme that even knowing he was going to throw the football the defense have hard times to stop him.
    I'll put my vote on Montana for allowing his comrades to complete the show.
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    why compare ??

    i think the perfect fit for OUR wr´s is green and no cpep
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    Quote Originally Posted by thefranchisedef View Post
    now tell me who would you rather have dan marino, or montana?
    I hope you are not comparing Culpepper to Marino.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MexDolfan View Post
    Recently somebody (please help me with some linkage) said that Dan Marino was easy to read when he was using running game, because of the way he moved his feet on those plays. So because of that, he laked of a god runner among him and that might avoid us to win on big games. His passing skills were so supreme that even knowing he was going to throw the football the defense have hard times to stop him.
    I'll put my vote on Montana for allowing his comrades to complete the show.
    His great release and pure arm strength had a lot to with his ability to be read by defenders when passing. Dont forget he had time in the pocket because of his strong o-lines, and he was hard to sack because of his pocket mobility. Great accuracy as well. All around an incredible QB, so much better than Elway or Young or Aikman it's not even funny.
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    culpepper when he was healthy was great.. trent green has never come close to great.. culpepper.. i would never compare to marino.. the only person i compare to marino is manning because manning is our generations marino..
    okay how about this... who would you rather have... donovan mcnabb or jeff garcia on the eagles last year.. i would still want mcnabb but thats my oppinion
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    now tell me who would you rather have dan marino, or montana?

    That is one of the most ridiculous comparisons I have ever read.

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