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Old 05-26-2012, 10:01 PM   #334
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In 2009 he had a 4 game span where he went:

Ravens - 13 for 31 for 99 yards and 2 INTs.
Lions - 21 for 33 for 304 yards and 4 TDs.
Bengals - 15 for 34 for 100 yards and a rushing TD.
Chargers - 25 for 45 for 271 yards and 3 TDs.

The Ravens defense is ****ing tough.....especially back then....and that was his first start after 6 game span of sitting on the bench. So his bad game in that stretch was against the Bengals.....who won the AFC North that year.
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So it's his fault that they lost to the Lions in 2009 when he threw for almost 300 yards and 4 TDs? Or how about the Chargers when he threw for almost 300 yards and 3 TDs? Sounds to me like he was one of the only reasons that they were in those two games.
That Lions game was the only one where he looked like an effective NFL qb and iirc that defense was as bad as it gets. Regardless, he used all his talents to distribute the ball and he used his legs to buy time and make big plays.

If we can get that kind of play from him in KC, we can win a championship with him.

Seriously.

As far as that SD game though, stats can be misleading.
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