Found July 15, 2012 on
Some lazy Sunday links for your perusing pleasure:
- Charlie Weis says Brady Quinn could have been NFL starter for him, which is why Charlie Weis doesn't coach in the NFL. |Shutdown Corner|
- A look at the currently sad state of WWE, unless you're six years old, in which case it's totally awesome! |Ringside Rants|
- The Padres beat the Dodgers last night. Even more shocking is that they did it by stealing home... twice. |SportsGrid|
- Amazon.com is offering a $15 promo credit if you purchase NHL 13 through the website. |Pastapadre|
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Charlie Weis is pretty confident in his abilities. He thinks he could have turned his former college quarterback into a winner.
It's not every day that a former NFL offensive coordinator declares that a backup quarterback with a career passer rating of 66.8 could have been a successful starter in the NFL, but that's exactly what Charlie Weis has done. Weis, the head coach at Notre Dame from 2005 to 2009, told the Kansas City Star that former Notre Dame standout Brady Quinn would have been a good quarterback...
To say Brady Quinn's N.F.L. career has been a bust would be a misstatement. Don't get me wrong — Quinn couldn't toss a football to an open receiver if Tim Tebow prayed for Jesus himself to guide them. The Chiefs' third-string slinger can't be labeled a bust because, un-like fellow 2007 Draft class member & Purple-Drank aficionado JaMarcus Russell, there...
Charlie Weis was fired by Notre Dame after going 35-27 in five seasons as head coach of the football team, but he worked with quarterback Brady Quinn to go 19-6 in his first two years. Weis, now the coach at Kansas, believes he could have turned Quinn into a winner at the NFL level.
“Brady could have been a starting quarterback for me in the NFL,” Weis told the Kansas City Star...
Charlie Weis and Brady Quinn will always be connected no matter where they end up. First, the two had a very successful run at Notre Dame and now both of them are trying to get their careers back on track. Weis is the new head coach at the University of Kansas and Quinn is a backup with the Kansas City Chiefs. Let Weis tell it, Quinn could have started for him if he were an NFL coach...