Originally Posted by mr. tegu
Quinn will be better. I am interested to see if has benefited from riding the bench. Even if being benched in Cleveland didn't motivate him, surely being behind Tebow would have. Maturity and paying his dues may have humbled him making him a more hard worker. Either way I'm excited. As I keep saying, it is ironic that the guy Pioli brought in as fake competition for Cassel is now what Pioli has to rely on to save his job (assuming he has any chance).
Here's the rub..was he riding pine in Denver because Tebow was really better or because Tebow sold more tickets?
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