For the past six weeks I have said that id John Fox gets Steve Smith involved then we would be ok. Last week we got our running game going and even though it didn't look like it at some points in the game we are still above average on the ground. But until we get a quarterback that can stay cool under pressure and not try to force throws that end in being intercepted. Then we are in trouble.
Jake Delhomme is starting to force every throw that he attempts. The only good thing that we can say about him is that he can hand the ball off to "Double Trouble". We have the receiving corp to be a great team on the ground and in the air. With Steve Smith, Muhsin Muhammad, Jeff King, Donte Rosario, and Gary Barnidge We should be able to spread the field even more for the running game. Today Smith had 6 catches for 99 yards. And between the tight ends we had nine catches for 135 yards. Barnidge with 3 catches for 77. Jake Delhomme threw to Steve Smith 5 more times added to his six. But one of those was tipped and picked off. His other interceptions were uglier than any of the previous ten that he had thrown. He now leads the NFL in Interceptions with 13. When will John Fox realize it is time to go with a different option? Granted Matt Moore is not a long term solution and either Feeley. But we need to get something figured out. I have an idea....trade Jake and a draft pick or something for a first round pick and get a quarterback of the future. I mean we don't even need to trade. Git rid of Delhomme and grab a quarter back in the second round. I mean i can name three that will still be on the board in the second round that will be better than Delhomme at the start and if not then they can work there way to getting better. Because Delhomme is getting worse not better.Tony Pike From Cincinnati the kid is 6'6" and weighs 225, Jarrett Brown from West Virginia is6'4" 220, and Dan LeFevour from Central Michigan is 6'3" 226. My point is that these guys have each thrown for over 1,000 yard and the only one that has more than five interceptions is Jarrett Brown (6). But all of them are having the best years of their career and none of them blow it when the game is on the line. So dump Delhomme and get a quarterback for the future. There is nothing wrong with our wide receivers or tight ends. There is nothing wrong with our running game, and there is nothing wrong with our coaching. Our problem is the Quarterback.
Well that is all that I have. Tell me what you think.