Originally posted by It's FalseYou know, Michael Vick DID express interesting in playing for the Panthers. At this point, is signing Vick that much worse than starting a nobody like Matt Moore?
Just because you've never heard of or don't know much about Matt Moore doesn't make him terrible. Kurt Warner was once a "nobody", too. So was Tom Brady. The Panthers DID go 3-0 in games Matt Moore started for them in 2009 and he completed over 60% with an 8/2 TD/Int-ratio.
In my Madden 10 franchise (I'm not Carolina) the Panthers did the only sensible thing in this situation - draft Tim Tebow. (Moore found his way to the Raiders - far too sensible to happen in real life, I think.)
(Kudos to the first person who does the internet-thing where they say I said "Matt Moore is the next Tom Brady or Kurt Warner." I just said they were in the same situation as Moore at one point in their careers.)
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Wasn't it last offseason that Delhomme got that absurdly lucrative contract/contract extension? Oh well, he's a terrible quarterback, so that's that. I fear for Rams fans' mental health what may happen next.
Originally posted by StingArmyWasn't it last offseason that Delhomme got that absurdly lucrative contract/contract extension? Oh well, he's a terrible quarterback, so that's that. I fear for Rams fans' mental health what may happen next.
Delhomme is still getting $12M of guaranteed money from the Panthers. The Panthers are doing it now because there's no salary cap hit in an uncapped year.
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I think he still has value as a mentor-type backup somewhere in the league. People are so quick to throw him under the bus, but he WAS pretty damn good for several years, even taking them to the Super Bowl (and might have won if it wasn't for their idiot kicker!)
ESPN.com (sports.espn.go.com) has reported that Mike Mularkey threw in the towel for Buffalo. I imagine that it would be tough to have the patron saint of the Bills organization, Marv Levy, as your boss now.