Thursday, February 23, 2012

Edwards unwanted by Bills, Raiders, Jaguars

Is Kafka really a RB?
Vince Young arrived in Philly with a 30-17 record as a starter.

Trash his throwing motion. Rip him for anointing the Eagles "Dream Team." Insert a joke about his imposter arrested in Washington. VY won games.

Even if Young stumbled to a 1-2 record starting for the Eagles you at least figured he'd have more wins than losses by the end of the season.

Trent Edwards, who the Eagles added Thursday, is 14-19 in four seasons with bad teams.

When Mike Vick gets hurts this season - and it's inevitable - Mike Kafka would give them their best chance to reach the Super Bowl. On paper, at least.

And Kafka hasn't had a big win since he ran for 217 yards and passed for 143 and two TDs to lead Northwestern over then 17th ranked Minnesota.
TO asks Edwards to grade tights.

Edwards (6-4, 230) made 32 starts with Buffalo and one with Jacksonville after being waived by the Bills in September of 2010. The third-round pick out of Stanford hasn't matched the magic of his rookie season, when he guided the Bills to a 5-4 record as the starter. Since then he's9-15.

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