Landry Jones The Clear Replacement For Roethlisberger


Make no mistake, I have no delusions of grandeur Landry Jones is little more than a stop-gap, a two or three game band-aid. The moment where you cross your fingers and hope for the best. Like Thanksgiving dinner with your Grandma when she asks why are you still single and you she meet the new neighbor girl, I hear she’s a doctor.

That’s Jones.

Despite that, there shouldn’t even be a conversation between Jones and Zach Mettenberger. It’s Jones’ job.

I could explain that Jones wasn’t terrible in relief last year when the Steelers tried the same approach, opting for Mike Vick, an unmitigated disaster that eventually gave way to Jones anyway. There’s the unquantifiable, a respected player in the locker room who embodies the even-keeled mentality Mike Tomlin preaches. Or the fact Jones has been in the same system for four years – Mettenberger, hardly more than four weeks.

Again, with Vick, the playbook was so watered down, a real life rookie mode that put the offense in reverse with him under center. To fall for that same trap, the tantalization of a tiny bit of unknown, would be plain asinine.


But there’s a larger point to be made. Jones has been the backup all season. To make the change without Jones doing anything wrong, or given a chance this year, is an awful message to the locker room. If the quarterback, the most important position on the field, has no grasp on the job he was given, there’s no reason for any other player to think he does.

Backup tackle who has taken all the reps and done seemingly nothing wrong? You’re still wondering if you’re going to be called upon when needed or if you’re backup jumps you for seemingly no reason.

It throws a wrench into Tomlin’s most sacred philosophy, next man up, that has kept this team fighting through all the injuries they’ve suffered over the past few seasons. To automatically go to Mettenberger, when it was Jones who was supposed to be the next guy, goes against that entire philosophy. What a terrible message to send to a team that’s seen Chris Hubbard surprise everyone, Jordan Dangerfield play at a high level, and B.J. Finney fill in admirably replacing an injured Ramon Foster.

It goes against the very culture Tomlin has built up the past ten years. For all his faults, and there are several, there’s little question he has the confidence and respect of every player in that locker room. Suddenly pulling the plug on Jones would send all that clout up in flames.

There is no guarantee Jones comes anywhere close to that he ain’t bad level but the Steelers are committed. Time to follow through.

That’s not to say his job is secure the entire time. Let’s say Ben Roethlisberger misses three games and Jones stinks up the field in the first two. Then there’s a compelling reason to make a change. The hey, why not mentality makes more sense. Next man up doesn’t mean your secure – just that you get your chance.

So Jones will get his this Sunday against New England. It would be utterly disastrous for Tomlin to do otherwise.

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Alex Kozora
Full-time blogger from mom's basement. Marrying tape and statistics. Chidi Iwuoma is my favorite Steeler of all-time.
  • Mathew Bossinger

    “You’re still wondering if you’re going to be called upon when needed or if you’re backup jumps you for seemingly no reason.” You mean like what has happened to Shamarko Thomas for multiple years? I would the the opposite of your story. Tomlin does like to jump people on the Depth Chart For me it feel like a waste of time for them to change it. Then you had LJ Fort coming on before Vince Williams when Shazier went down and before VW was hurt. I have been reading this site for years but I disagree with this article so much I decided to comment on it. Can you do a study as to how many people have been jumped on the depth chart by Mike Tomlin?

  • thomas hmmmm

    The only way Mettenburg sees the field is if Jones gets hurt.
    Jones may not be the best QB or the most talented but he knows this offense and can run the offense. Which is good for every offensive player because they do not need to change anything.
    I don’t expect Jones to put up 300 yards passing and all I am really hoping for is that he takes what the D is giving him.

  • wilsonmjw

    During the offseason, I said repeatedly that this situation needed addressed. It wasn’t and now here we are.

    Jones sucks. Period. Saying he’s the best we have on the roster is no excuse. The phrase “next man up” only goes so far. Our next man up is on someone else’s roster.

    This article is an insult to anyone who knows anything about football.

    Anything else you want to chat about Alex?

  • Mark

    I don’t trust Jones and he hasn’t delivered consistently with all of the time he has spent in the organization. I look at DAK and other rookies QB’s who look 10 times better than Jones who has 4 years of experience. He has this Jay Cutler demeanor that just doesn’t come across well. I know our expectations are higher for a QB who has spent 4 years in the same offense behind a Hall of Fame QB.

  • Beaver Falls Hosiery

    Bottomline, is if Steelers win; I will be happy – they lose I will not regardless of Landry Jone’s performance.

  • Nwall2

    The 3rd and 1 that Landry missed this past weekend is very discouraging to me. That’s an easy read and an easy first down. Those plays need to be made this Sunday or the Steelers get blown out. +7.5 is not enough in my opinion. But I hope I’m wrong.

  • WreckIess

    The only people who are really considering it are the ones who are looking far and wide for a way for us to win, but just being honest there’s a 95% chance that we don’t. The game was already unfavorable with Ben in there, but with him out there’s no chance that we take the win barring a huge miracle. The best approach for this game is to prepare for the worst and hope for the best.

  • srdan

    “situation needed addressed”-elaborate on that.

    What would you have done? Id’ love to see you MMQB this

  • srdan

    I thought the coaches missed that. Why they didn’t run on that play is beyond me

  • Reg Sayhitodabadguy Hunt

    Good point

  • Tevin

    Landry Jones suck!!! Don’t change the narrative. Stop trying to make a case for Landry Jones. It’s obvious what this writer is doing. Please! Landry Jones has been collecting paychecks that he’s never deserved.

    This guy sucks and anybody who thinks other wise is delusional.

  • Craig M

    I give a plus to your Article Alex it gives a sensible and objective view. The only way to judge a QBs performance is to have him on the field for an extended time for the proof is in the pudding. It basically all comes down to coaching, the teaching, training and application of the QBs abilities. We once cut a QB named Unitas without even giving him a decent chance. 7 point underdog and I think we have a good chance at a win depending on our strategy. But I wouldn’t bet on it because 7 points is a lot to give up in the pros.

  • Tevin

    I totally agree with you. Well said.

  • thomas hmmmm

    Vick truly sucked.. Jones is adequate. Jones knows the playbook which means a lot.
    So no matter who they signed or drafted it would still be a sucky situation having the back up play.

  • Gizmosteel

    Those completely dismissing the article are missing the big picture…and that is that Jones is the next man up. Yes we can surely debate whether Jones is any good and whether he should even be on the roster. But the fact remains that he IS on the roster and he IS our #2.

    It is fair to attack Tomlin and Colbert for not upgrading and leaving themselves with a barely mediocre option. But Alex’s analysis of our current situation is spot on.

  • Craig M

    And beyond the reasoning of every fan watching that call- they totally ignored using their greatest strength of their run game against their opponents weakest link, their run defense. Rooney were you watching that foolishness?

  • Craig M

    My focus will be more on our OC strategy and our DEF strategy rather than the players ability- how the coaching plans on our strengths and weaknesses.

  • wilsonmjw

    Gee, I don’t know. Have you ever heard of the draft? Free agency?

    No Monday morning quarterbacking needed. Just common sense.

    You don’t have Landry Jones as your only viable backup on a Super Bowl contending team.

  • srdan

    Please be specific. Remember they did sign a qb.

    Who would you have drafted or signed that would help you more than Jones would this sunday?

  • Michael James

    Good article, Alex!
    I think some people here miss the point. Alex never said that Colbert & Co. provided us with a good backup QB or that Jones is any good. He just pointed out that we are in a miserable situation and Jones is still our best option for next Sunday. What this says about our front office is written on a completely different sheet of paper…

  • Kevin artis

    They did the same thing when they brought in Vick last year with Jones already on the roster. They have no other option but Jones and have no confidence in him whatsoever in my opinion. Jones played more preseason games than any quarterback in history and still looks less than mediocre.
    But he’s all we got and I will root for him come Sunday hoping he will play a lights out game.

  • stan

    I agree that Landry should get the first shot, but I think it should be a short leash for him and Mettenberger has to be ready to play. We know what we’ve got with Landry and that ain’t much.

  • Don

    It’s because the Dolphins were loaded up to stop the run. So I see why they passed, but still think they should have handed it to Bell.

  • Applebite

    So there we are. We’re 4-3, going into the bye week.

    Nope! Don’t try to convince me otherwise. We’ve seen what Jones can do. The best thing he does well is hand the fans heartburn and sorrow, and pass out INTs to bewildered DBs that can’t believe he’s handing out such a lavish gift.

    That’s Tomlin’s ‘Next man up!’? Should they suddenly fire Tomlin, if Jones has a poor showing in this game? Because the difference between Jones last year and this year, is Jones has a newborn in his home. That’s all I can figure. And by no means am I part of the ‘Fire Tomlin Collective’, I’m glad to have him as head coach of the Steelers. There are many other coaches that would be a lot worse for this franchise.

    But last year with Vick, showed that Tomlin had at least acknowledge that Jones is not up to the job of handling the duties. But the fact that they did very little in addressing the QB situation until late, this year, is perplexing. Jones had had every opportunity to show he had something of worth. And from what I’ve seen, he’s squandered all but a baby’s handful of moments.

    The cries for Mettenberger are legitimate enough, we know Mettenberger at least has shown in the past he can be a ‘borderline decent’ starter in this league. Jone’s stats as a whole, don’t even equal one of Mettenberger’s seasons with the Titans as their starter, so at least we have some clue that Mettenberger understands what it means to be a starter in this league. I’m not saying Mettenberger is the Golden Child for the Steelers in this situation, but I do think he’s the better fleeting option going into the game.

    But of course, I think all of this would have been moot, if they had simply signed Matt Flynn instead of Mettenberger. Or even Hoyer. What did they have to lose bringing in Flynn to back up Ben? I know, that’s another discussion…

  • WreckIess

    Not saying I was thinking this during the draft, but we did draft Hawkins like 12 picks before Prescott was picked and he was in for predraft visits. A lot of fans wanted him.

  • Alex Kozora

    Totally, utterly irrelevant to the conversation.

    If you want to say they should have upgraded, that’s fine. But the reality of the situation is that Jones is the backup and he should be their guy. I am commenting on the players who are on the roster, not the ones you think needed to be.

  • Alex Kozora

    Different situations. Those competitions have been much more open and with Shark, he got his chance in the preseason and was demoted before the season started.

    Again, next man up doesn’t mean you are safe forever. Only that you get a fair shake when you are given a job/role.

  • Alex Kozora

    Congrats on not reading the first sentence of the article.

  • Rocksolid20

    First off it was a bad play called , not Jones fault .

  • wilsonmjw

    So the fact that “the next man up” is completely incompetent for his position and is a situation that was COMPLETELY preventable…

    is “utterly irrelevant.”

    Is your name really Neal Huntington? Because this sounds like something he would say in defending his unwillingness to even attempt to sign J Happ last off-season.

  • wilsonmjw

    I read it. Jones is a 2-3 game band aid like I’m a Speedo model.

    Tevin is being a little robust in his statement…..but it’s still true and it will be for as long as we are stuck with this oversight running our offense into the ground.

  • Alex Kozora

    But that’s a whole different discussion. It doesn’t matter right now. Unless your argument is that they should steal Brian Hoyer from Chicago this week.

    I can say “Pittsburgh should have found a better backup” and “Jones should start this week.” You don’t have to be one or the other.

    The reality is Jones is the teams backup. If you don’t like that, fine, but that is a whole different discussion. Completely separate article.

  • srdan

    See this is the problem with his statement “FO should have done something”. There is little solution to this problem. Without Ben the Steelers are .500 club. No different than any other team out there with a franchise QB. They will split again this year with Jones as they did it last year. Probably 98% of qbs with the Dak prescots being an exception woudn’t start over Jones this weekend. Maybe a signing like osweiler or someone would.

  • The $1,000 question here is how many picks can Landry throw in one game before Tomlin pulls the plug? I’m picking three [pun intended] with one pick six…unless he throws two on the first four drives…err…possessions. [After all, an offense needs to do more than “three and out” or “a few plays and a turnover” for a ‘possession’ to be a considered a ‘drive.’]

  • Ask Questions Later

    Bingo. There is more issues about this team than Landry Jones.

  • Rocksolid20

    $$$$$$$

  • Alex Kozora

    And just to address your point again, I totally get that. But you can’t answer “Brian Hoyer” to who you think should start this week. I am choosing from the options that exist, not the infinite possibilities they didn’t choose.

  • Ask Questions Later

    ……. *facepalm

    I would imagine you are having fun reading through the comments section Alex? I sure am.

    People need to understand that Landry is a backup for a reason but the best option. In the same token, I just hope that Haley and Tomlin use a game plan to maximize Jones’ abilities within the same offensive structure of the team.

    To end this, regardless of what people think, this is the same Landry Jones that did enough to help best a loaded Arizona Cardinals team from 2015.

  • stan

    What makes you think Matt Flynn is worth anything? He’s still unemployed and has never been anything but a Landry Jones-level player in his career. Hoyer is a good backup and I wish they had him but he got a $2M deal with the Bears that the Steelers rightly didn’t want to give because they already had Landry as a serviceable back-up and Gradkowski ready to take the minimum as the third stringer. Going into the season with Gradkowski and Landry was a pretty good situation which ironically got better when Mettenberger became available just as Grad suffered yet another injury. They’re much better prepared for injury than they were last year.

  • Walt Dongo

    We all know Jones will let us down. I doubt I will be even watching this one.

  • wilsonmjw

    Dak was a priority in the off season. The Steelers met with him individually before the draft.

    I still argue Geno Smith could have been had for cheap and would be twice the player Jones is in this offense.

    There were plenty of solutions…unless you are drinking the kool-aid

  • Josh

    Yeah, but how conservative do you play it with L. Jones? It’s plain to see that the Pats will commit fully to shutting down Bell and daring Jones to pass downfield. I just look at the Texans-Pats game and see how playing not to lose will give the Patriots even more of an advantage. This game is 95% chance of a loss as is – why not come out swinging? Make them chase DHB, etc.

  • Alex Kozora

    It’s a good time, haha.

  • Too bad they didn’t draft Dak Prescott…since Randy Fitchner supposedly visited his Pro Day and was impressed. He sure would have looked good in black and gold–especially since our franchise QB is the LEAST likely elite QB in the league to play all 16 games–with Bell, Brown, and Co. Yes, it’s nice to have Burns, Davis, and Hawkins in the pipeline, but with Ben entering his annual off-season phase in mid-season, who would be more valuable, Prescott [or Paxton Lynch] or any of our first four picks?

  • srdan

    Did you see geno last night. My goodness.

    Let’s wait to crown the rookie qbs since tape is just coming out on them now

  • Jonny Panic

    So the solution after reading all that was….Matt Flynn? Really?

  • Cwallace

    I agree with you wholeheartedly wilsonmjw. Jones is a marginal arena football league player. He has no confidence in his own abilities (can’t blame him for that…he has none) He’s been on.the team forever and plays like he juat put on pads for the first time. He oozes low confidence and teams pick up on that. I wouldn’t care if they skipped him with a one handed Coates

  • Shannon Stephenson

    I do not think it matters how Jones plays he will be the back up…Tomlin has a stubborness to fault.

  • Da Bus Driver

    Easily one of the best articles on here in a little while.
    I wholeheartedly agreed with your assessment. There literally is NO other option this week but Landry. But that doesn’t mean some fairer weather or darker fans can’t root a little for a Jones injury, lol.

  • steelersfan

    He’s not the backup Pittsburgh deserves….but the one it needs right now. So the Pats will hunt him

  • Rusted Out

    I thought next man up meant a backup performing as well as a starter. Maybe that’s the standard is the standard, or some other minutia of a conversational equation. I get lost in the rhetoric sometimes…

  • Rusted Out

    So let Landry air it out? Great plan! (the worst plan ever)

  • Rusted Out

    You’re asking a guy whose avatar pictures Tomlin trying to use his brain, is drinking the kool-aid?

  • Rusted Out

    I can answer Mettenberger all day though. He’s a better QB, and it sounds like it’s at least being considered.

  • Rusted Out

    Unitas… Really Craig? I’m upset about Ben too, but have you lost it?

  • Rusted Out

    I’ll tune in for a half maybe, but I’m not gonna lose my lunch like last year.

  • Rusted Out

    I don’t think you know what “literally” means

  • wilsonmjw

    Geno not looking great >>>>>> Landry Jones

    He was also put in during an unwinnable scenario against a good defense and surrounded by some dudes who had full-on given up well before Geno took a snap.

  • Gizmosteel

    Alex. Reading comprehension is apparently a lost art. No need to defend your position. Most of us understand that we are stuck with Jones and Mettenberger this week and Jones is the more viable option. Sure I’m ticked we don’t have better options but that’s a different discussion outside of the essence of your article. Some of us get it.

  • srdan

    If we are going by avatars, what does yours say about you? lol

  • Alex Kozora

    Thank goodness for that.

  • Alex Kozora

    Sounds like it? In what way did Tomlin imply that?

  • The Truth

    Geno Smith? He is not a QB. What is it with fans and their obsession with playing WRs at QB? Wasn’t the Kordell experiment proof enough? Why not go after Vince Young too. Haha

  • Rusted Out

    Polly want a cracker?

  • srdan

    huh i is confused

  • srdan

    Don’t misunderstand me please. I don’t like Jones in there either over a guy like Prescott.

    But if that is the one move that you can bring up that our office didn’t make I wouldn’t fault them for that.

    The Geno Smith idea I don’t like because I dont think he is any better than landry. He has a better arm, runs better and turns the ball over better. I’m willing ot listen to other scenarios you can bring up, but the Geno one is a waste of time. Plus he makes twice of what landry does at least.

    For example I think RGIII would be a good second QB, but I wouldn’t pay him what he wanted. Maybe the steelers could have traded for Sam Bradford, but the price was steep in picks.

    All I’m trying to say is to not act that there is a magic wand that you waive and all the sudden a good backup appears. I don’t fault you for wanting a better one, but the reality is that .500 is pretty good with a backup in this league.

  • Josh

    No, but don’t go into run-run-pass punt mode either. You’ve got to show them something more, even if it’s an occasional unexpected play. See Texans’ ultra-conservative, one-dimensional game-plan for how to lose before kickoff.

  • Alex Kozora

    It does. But it’s also the guys realizing who that next man up is.

  • TsarPepe

    It’s less a matter of maximizing his abilities than of minimizing his dis-abilities.

  • Rusted Out

    Just my speculation in Landry not being told he’s starting. Did I get that wrong?

  • Craig M

    I’m not upset w/ Ben I’m kinda upset w/ the coaching in not protecting him better by Running a better balanced attack. And the reference to Unitas was I think we should give Jones a chance to plead his case on the field before we hang him. Ben should turn himself into a Rivers type QB and throw the pill away instead of taking unecessary chances on getting a concussion.

  • thomas hmmmm

    Yea no doubt they will be geared to stopping Bell.. Jones is not a dead fish out there he can scramble better than Ben which provides a little extra dynamic.
    The D is going to have to change up some though because Brady will exploit whatever weakness they have.. For this D it seems to be short throws and get yac. So either they will have to move the CB’s up or make sure the tackling is flawless.

  • Alex Kozora

    I didn’t find any comment by Tomlin that would indicate that. Jones is the guy.

  • Applebite

    Flynn is and was worth the look, but again, that’s an entirely different subject in itself. What we’re talking about here is serviceability of a backup QB. Jones is not a serviceable backup. He’s proven he’s not on multiple occasions. And apart from him surprising the Cards last year, what makes you think Jones is any better than a number of QBs that have started for their respective franchises?

    Here’s how we can attempt to settle the argument among the fans. Just recall the plays that had Jones dropping back for a pass. Think about them for a moment. How does that make Jones a serviceable backup?

  • Applebite

    No, Jonny, the solution was give Mettenberger a chance, versus gift wrapping a win via Jones’s bad decisions in the pocket. Neither may be the best thing ever behind Ben, but at least Mettenberger has done some time as a starter with fleeting success.

  • Cwallace

    You mean Martavis …he threw the ball 5 yards MB did the rest in unique fashion. He doesn’t take it to the house….we probably lose that game. But you and Alex are right…what you gonna do. Comments are harsh because everybody is still sore from that crap on sunday and now we gotta see Jones start this week. Hell IL submit…some would have been sparking off about big Bens play coming into this game had he.not gotten hurt. He looked as bad as Landry Sunday.

  • wilsonmjw

    Wow. Can I just assume you are using “WR” as a euphemism for another word?

    I’m pretty sure Geno has never played “WR.”

    I’m assuming Cam Newton and Russell Wilson are “WRs” too?

  • TsarPepe

    4 interceptions in 55 pass attempts last season.
    4 interceptions in 59 pass attempts this preseason.
    There’s nothing to talk about here.
    Everybody knows that they’ll start Landry, and everyone knows it will be bad.

  • Da Bus Driver

    I thought my previous amount of praise and understanding of the basis of his entire premise, gave me enough that I could take license to attempt to show, that although we actually do roster another QB in Mett-Burger, he can’t even be considered as an option. Ergo, “literally” not even there as a starting option this week. Smartasp.

  • Rusted Out

    A bunch of things… unlike Unitas, Landry Jones has been on this team for 4 years and has started. Not to mention that any other comparison between Unitas and Landry is absurd. I hope you weren’t suggesting Landry could be a Unitas like talent if just given the opportunity. I’d have to wholeheartedly disagree.
    Ben just does not get rid of the ball quickly. It seemed as though that was changing shortly after Haley arrived, but for whatever reason, it has reverted back to holding onto the ball and always looking down field for the big one. This leads to amazing plays sometimes but often times it leads to turnovers and certain injury, and I can’t remember the last time Ben threw the ball away. I don’t know what the answer to this is, but this team lives and dies by it.

  • Rusted Out

    I think the best you can do is have Landry throw a few deep to make the Pats respect it. How effective that is relies on completing those passes… and therein lies the problem with a pass heavy Landry Jones game plan. There is just not much you can do to cover up for a poor QB in this league outside of a good running game and playing defense.

  • Fu-Schnickens

    Who knew that the teams who play us this week and two weeks from now would have an extra bye week when they only need to play against Landry Jones? Seriously, why does this team fail again and again to properly address their backup quarterback position? And by address, I mean to not go with Landry as a consolation prize when all of the camp QB’s come up lame in the preseason…

  • Fu-Schnickens

    Alex, to go with your analogy….You cross your fingers and have grandma introduce you to said neighbor “doctor” who you are dismayed to discover, upon introduction, that she looks like her face caught on fire and they put it out with a rake.

  • SumnerYoung

    It’s becoming pretty obvious that two guys named Jones won’t be on this team next year: Landry & Jarvis. If Landry stinks it up, he won’t be back. If he plays well he won’t be back, but will look for an opportunity to play someplace else. Jarvis needs to sack the QB, period.

  • Applebite

    You know, I thought about this as a possibility as to why. But I don’t think Flynn would have cared as much about the money as he would the opportunity. In fact, I wonder if he’s even interested in playing anymore. Plenty of teams were willing to sign him.

    If Jones is cut from this roster, I don’t see any teams busting down the door to sign him up to backup their main guy.

  • Rusted Out

    First pick I’d yank him. So in Thomlin’s case… maybe 2 and a fumble.

  • Jonny Panic

    He started six games…all losses. Still don’t get it.

  • Craig M

    I was just making a point to not judge Jones to quickly because we really don’t know what we have there- IMO. I think it took Bradshaw what 4-5 years to get it together. Oh, and I was a stone hard Hanratty fan but Bradshaw made me a believer. He called all his own plays- says so right in his book. 🙂

  • Rusted Out

    I think you don’t know what we have in Jones. It’s pretty crystal for the rest of us.

  • Craig M

    We shall see and if he doesn’t perform I’ll be there too point it out.

  • The Truth

    He can’t play QB.

    Why would you say Newton and Wilson are WRs? Are they unable to pass?

  • wilsonmjw

    No Im saying your first comment screamed racism. Stewart and Geno have never played WR…but they do have something else in common. Pretend that’s not what you meant.

  • wilsonmjw

    Our best replacement looks like hot garbage.

    Meanwhile Geno looked much better….like I said he would. Too bad he got hurt behind that awful OLine the Jets have.

  • The Truth

    There was nothing racist about it. You assumed it was racist because of your mindset.

    Stewart did play WR. Were you around during the horrible Kordell experiment? The only time Stewart excelled was at WR.

    Neither Stewart nor Geno can throw. They are both athletic players, but their skill-set it not for passing in the NFL. It has nothing to do with race. Remember Dee Dowis from the Air Force? He could run, but couldn’t throw. He didn’t have the any size so he couldn’t play WR in the NFL. Remember Matt Jones from Jacksonville? He played QB for Arkansas, but he knew he couldn’t pass well enough to be a QB in the NFL. He went for WR instead. He was picked 21st in the 1st round as a WR. If he declared himself as a QB he wouldn’t have been drafted until much later, if at all.

  • wilsonmjw

    Kordell’s primary position was always QB. Always. He played some WR to help put the best athletes on the field. He never played WR in college either. I’ll also tell you this, Kordell on his worst day is better thanLandry Jones.

    Tell me some more about when Geno played WR. Ever. Anywhere. Even once.
    Your original post came off as racist….and I never bring up the race card. If that isn’t what you meant, then you really need to read the drivel you write before you press “send.”
    Thanks in advance

  • The Truth

    Yep, you never watched Kordell as a QB. Kordell the WR > Kordell the QB

    “Tell me some more about when Geno played WR”

    Did I say he played WR? Yes or no?

    There is nothing racist about my post at all. I take it you are a liberal?