wanna_be_guru wrote:just a tid bit. I believe it was Salisbury that said (espn a week or so ago)that with the new offensive minds at buffalo and the improved O-line. Bledsoe will be a much improved QB. One of the interesting things he had to back that up was that he says Bledsoe has his best years when he has a QB coach watchin over his mistakes. This year he has Sam Wychek doing that which is aguably the best QB coach of all time.
97/98 were his two best years as a QB. He definitely has a better WR than he had during that period and Henry is somewhat comparable to C-Mart.
The thing is... Even with the best offense he's had his entire pro carrer, he still only managed 24 TDs in 2002. Do you think Wycheck and Mularkey are gonna let an over the hill, mistake-prone QB pass the ball 600x on the season? Do you think he can last another full season dropping back to pass 600+ times?
His upside is something like his 1998 numbers aka a borderline starting QB. His downside is waiver wire material. I guess a 13th round selection isn't a high price to pay, but I bet there's a better value on a nice kicker or TE then...