It boggles my mind that NFL teams are still spending good money on one of the least talented quarterbacks in recent memory (last two years) -Jeff
Free agent quarterback Kordell Stewart paid a visit to Buffalo yesterday, making waves at a possible reunion with the coach that turned him into a Pro Bowler. New Bills head coach Mike Mularkey is installing the very same offense that Kordell ran under his watch in Pittsburgh and is in dire need of a veteran backup. "It helps a lot," Stewart told the Buffalo News of his familiarity with the offense. "Obviously I know the system. I guess you could say I was the guy who christened this offense in 2001. This is obviously a situation that is sort of a no-brainer. You want to be in a situation where you can land on your feet."
You could also say that Kordell was handed the Bears' starting job last year and didn't come anywhere close to landing on his feet. We shudder to think of what this offense—which ranked second to last in the NFL in points scored last season—would look like if an injury to starter Drew Bledsoe left Stewart under center. His days of fantasy significance are far behind him.