So apparently I'm not just some batshit crazy person who's the only person in the world that thinks Moore might not be a 15-year starter in the League and Delhomme won't ever be good enough to take a snap that matters again.
"What [Moore] has yet to do...is lead a comeback, or play a game that includes anything resembling pressure, or be game-planned against."
I seem to remember mentioning this and being told it didn't matter.
"People tend to forget that Moore has been succeeding for a far shorter time than Delhomme has been struggling — but also that Delhomme has been struggling for a far shorter time than he has been succeeding."
"Call it sentimental if you want, but [Delhomme] is still a career 82.1-rating quarterback, and that's still in the top 40 of the NFL's all-time list in that category. The 85.2 he claimed going into this year was on the fringe of top 20.
As much as he hurt your feelings, it's simply foolish to roll those guys out to the curb with your garbage, because there aren't that many of them.
As much as you love Moore at the moment, it might be wise to slow down before anointing him [or, say, crowning his ass. I guess Gantt "loves" Denny Green, too]."
The above quotes came from Darin Gantt of the Rock Hill Herald.