awwchrist wrote:That's nice.
I'm still laughing.
But carry the Kitna standard all you want. RAH RAH
Wasn't it Jon Kitna in his first season starting in Seattle that brought them to the playoffs for the first time in over a decade? Or was that a different Jon Kitna?
I appreciated what the little engine tried for us. Really. On a team with a bunch of overachievers. But seattle fans knew the wheels were falling off eventually. And it did. We barely made the playoffs. And the next year we were 3 games worse with damn near the same exact players and coaching staff.
I'm just razzing the lil guy. Heart as big as all get out. But I find it lacking that you're pulling out his two career achievements, and omitting the rest.
It's an easy position for you to point to his playoff year and his last full starting season in Cincy and say "there's the Kitna".
But what about his 2000-2002 seasons?
2000 62.0 2658 18 19
2001 53.9 3216 12 22
2002 62.2 3178 16 16
Barely a 1:1 TD ratio and a snort over 3000yds/season.
That kid's a patch on an inflatable wheel. Not a leader.
Only 3 leagues this year. No sense in rooting for everyone in the NFL.