Posted: 4/27/2012 10:42 AM
lbsouth1 wrote: I wouldn't say age means nothing. But check out Bernie's career. Marty wet nursed him that first year when Byner and Mack both gained 1000 and Bernie went on to give the Browns 4 years as an upper echelon QB (3-10 by 1990). If Weeden follows the same time line and to be honest he's ahead in his progression of being able to throw the football now vs Bernie at 20, Weeden would be 33.. Tom Brady turns 35 before this seasonManning will be 36Breese will be 33 by the SBGranted those are the elite of the elite. I'm not saying Weeden will be those guys. The point is that QBs can play at the highest possible level thru their mid 30s now.
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