Bennett4Prez wrote:I don't like the "Daunte's no good without Moss" debates. Are you saying the only way for a QB to be HOF material is to rid the WR core of talent? That's like saying Emmitt isn't a HOF because of his OL.
Bottom Line: Daunte is putting up amazing statistics and if he keeps it up, he should be recognized for it. Moss or not.
This is all true. QB's can't be piggybacked into the HOF entirely becasue of their WR's. In order for the wideout to get the ball, the QB has to:
1-call a play
2-examine potential play targets
3-catch the snapped ball
4-examine field for possible targets
5-release the ball in the direction of the wideout
6-not get sacked, throw past teh line of scrimmage, not fumble the ball, not throw an incomplete pass, or commit any penalties.
To get into the HOF, you need to be a good QB. A QB can't be "good" just because he has stellar wideouts. all the wideouts do it catch the ball, before that is done, all the other things have to happen (see above.)
In my opinion, there is no such thing as a qb piggybacking onto his WR into the HOF.