Why not play two NFL QBs?
Teams with marginal starters might be better served by splitting snaps
Surely, one of you NFL coaches is willing to try something Tom Landry and Bill Walsh tried. Last I looked, 23 of the 32 teams are at .500 or below after Week 6, and 10 of your starting field generals have a standard passer rating below 80.0.
Not all quarterbacks are created equal. Many of them don't have national ad campaigns. For every Aaron Rodgers, there is a Brandon Weeden.
Yet all of you are still locked into the age-old ...
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