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Old 01-21-2013, 12:41 AM   #422
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Default Re: NFL Playoffs GT: Conference Finals

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Originally Posted by Jackass18
You can limit QBs a great deal. A ball control offense can have your QB standing on the sidelines watching for most of the game. Yeah, the QB is the single most important position, but there's a ton of other positions out there. It's not 1 on 1, 2 on 2 or even 5 on 5, but it's 11 on 11. Outside of the QB, there's 21 other effing guys out there on a given play, and at times there's 22 non-QBs out there. But whatever, people will continue to overstate and overglorify QBs all the time and people who should get praise and credit will continue to be ignored.


Yes there are 21 other guys on the field, but the QB is still the most important player by a pretty wide margin. Why else do you think they award the MVP every year to QBs?
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