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Maybe...Just Maybe We Have Found Ourselves a QB!

By: Jeremy Poe

With all the turmoil of injuries, front office uncertainty, and losses continuing to mount, the puzzle full of middle pieces may have finally found a corner piece off of which to build upon.
Following the last couple of weeks, QB Brady Quinn has shown his toughness and wherewithal to press forward in the teeth of adversity. Despite the lack of "proven" talent with which to work, he has hung in and made some things happen that were previously nowhere in sight.
With four games remaining, there is still plenty to prove. Having said that, I believe it is on Quinn and Quinn only to not only prove he is the leader of the franchise on the field, but also in the locker room. It is absolutely paramount that he take ownership of this team as being his and refrain from leaving it up to the coaches to make the decision. That is what teams look for in a franchise signal caller, not a "deer in headlights" saying it is up to the coaches when deciding on whether he or lame duck Derek Anderson should start.
Having a franchise player to build around is a good start. The future football head honcho whoever it may be and/or Mangini and his staff must maximize his potential by utilizing Quinn according to what his strengths are and what he does best and then put him in a place to excel and then build upon it. Adding a quality right tackle and go-to tight end can only help. Oh, yeah and a defense too!

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