Found October 12, 2011 on
Midwest Sports Fans:
Back when Jay Cutler was dominating in Denver, posting jaw-dropping 7-9 and 8-8 records, which ESPN analysts called “almost good,” Cutler and San Diego Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers had a rivalry brewing.
Both would try to bring their team to a Super Bowl and both would fail miserably, but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t a winner. Besides, rivalries where both teams win absolutely nothing are the best kind of rivalries.
So who’s the better QB? Is it the 3-time Pro Bowler or the man who’s highest claim to fame was being parodied on a South Park episode?
Let’ find out.
Jay vs Phil: Hand-offs
Remember when you were a kid playing football in your backyard, dreaming of being a NFL quarterback, and your dad told you in order to be a good quarterback you had to have a good hand-off? Neither do I, but it did happen. I promise you.
Here’s exactly what not to do. Demonstrated by Philip Rivers.
Actually handing the ball off to your running back is essential and is considered the golden ...
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