Now there's an argument. Ryan Tannehill doesn't know what teams are in what division so RG3 won't be good because of his intelligence.
Also, Tannehill wasn't in med school, ever. He had an undergrad in biology though.
Why the hate though? The inferiority complex is alive and well.
Boller had a lifetime completion percentage (56.7%) higher than Kordell (55.8%) as well as a higher TD percentage, and their interception percentage (3.6%) is identical.
i was at maryland when renaldo was there, met him a few times and had the privileged to watch him work out and compete .....
one of the greatest hurdlers of all time but not much of a football player ......
in reality, there wasn't much money in track back then so they had to make the switch to cash in (especially after an olympic boycott) ......
rod woodson was a world class hurdler who qualified for the olympic trails and was a HOF football player ......
What I am disputing is your contention that "compared to Boller, Kordell is a Hall of Famer" which is utterly ridiculous.
Kordell sucked just as much. The Steelers made the playoffs in spite of Kordell, not because of him.
Kordell made 1 Pro Bowl (1 more than Boller) and never led the league in any passing category (same as Boller).
Hardly "HoF" material, even compared directly to Boller.
They both sucked, period.
People constantly degrade Boller on these forums, but the fact remains the Raven's offensive coaching and personell were putrid compared to what they are now.
Boller deserves lots of kicks as a disappointment, but he was classy and brave person while he was here, and for a period of a few years he seemed to get better and more effective, but he was never good enough to silence his haters.
I think if we had Payton Manning and yet everything else was still the same, the difference is maybe one successful playoff run. That is what Boller "cost" us. Well, that and the fact that many of his detractors were too damn blind to see the other defects in the offense and the coaching staff because they were so busy focusing on him and his "funny feet".
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