here's his schedule down the stretch.. smooth sailing...
Sun 11/21 at New Orleans 1:00 pm
Sun 11/28 Oakland 8:30 pm
Sun 12/5 at San Diego 4:05 pm
Sun 12/12 Miami 4:05 pm
Sun 12/19 at Kansas City 4:15 pm
Sat 12/25 at Tennessee 8:30 pm
Sun 1/2 Indianapolis 4:15 pm
Just to set the record straight, I've never considered Plummer a "no talent a$$-clown" but always an excellent passer who was trapped for years on a bad team. Like Bledsoe, Plummer has a lot of skill but can't carry a team on his back. Give him time to throw and some decent receivers and he's scary-good. Take away his leading receiver (like Buffalo did in getting rid of Price) and put him behind a line that can't pass block (did anyone say ... like Buffalo's?) and Plummer would look as much like an a$$-clown as Bledsoe does this year.
So Plummer is great in the right situation, but he doesn't have the mobility (Culpepper) or the quick release (Bulger) to be good in any system in the league. Plummer is a Spacely Sprocket and you wouldn't want to use him if you need a Cogswell Cog.
not to toot my own horn here, but I had a good feeling about Plummer this year. I wanted to draft him as my back up but someone else drafted my first wish qb, pennington. So I loaded up on receivers and drafted plummer late with leftwich as his back up.
when denver traded portis for bailey, I took that to mean that they meant business this year. look at the teams that made it to the super bowl in recent years... the pats, the panthers, tampa, the pats, the ravens,... they all had good defenses and okay offenses.
denver was going to rely on plummer from the get go.
that being said, he is much better at home than on the road.
(and my receivers holt and ward have been inconsistent so I'm second to last in my league.)