#98QBKiller Posted January 5, 2010 Share Posted January 5, 2010 We've seen his lack of leadership on the field for 3.5 years now. He seems like a hell of a good guy, but I've never seen him getting his teammates fired up on the sidelines when we need a comeback drive late in the game. I've rarely seen him adjusting sets at the line or reading the defense and audibling, he doesn't rush his guys to the line and try to catch defenses changing personnel, etc. He doesn't inspire those around him. He's just not a natural leader. Granted, neither was Zorn but still. Your QB has to be the leader of your offense on & off the field. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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