Yeah, we all know that the GPOOE™ gets more than a little tiresome with his seemingly endless ability to take offense at slights thrown his way, but it’s who he is and how he’s wired – and he makes it work.
So why on earth would you want to go on record saying something like this?
“Yup. I think our quarterbacks are better,” Franks said. “Just the way they conduct themselves and how they play on the field. I just think, playing against those guys, it’s a lot harder to prepare for those guys than it is for Tebow.”
Franks said devising a game plan for a quarterback who is going to throw the ball 40 or more times a game is more difficult than getting ready for someone like Tebow, who likely will throw the ball far less.
What do you figure the over/under is on how many times the talking heads on Fox bring this up? Or that Tebow does? Ecch.
There’s a reason coaches like Stacey Searels don’t let their charges speak to the media.