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Yeah right, a 37 year old who has been the worst QB ever when playing on a bad team that doesn't run his offense he had in SanFran and Philly is gonna solve Oakland's QB woes.....if they get Garcia then he will be Russell' backup b/c you need 2 good QBs in the NFL anymore
please explain to me the last QB who played well in Cleveland or Detroit.
"The liberator who destroys my property, is fighting to save my spirit. The teacher who clears all possessions from my path will set me free."-Tyler Durden
Garcia played well last year, but people undervalue how much of that credit belongs to the offensive line. They were blocking fantastically, and never gave up on assignments which allowed them to buy Garcia the time to make all those plays that made him fun to watch. Westbrook was also playing at an extremely high level. If given time Garcia is pretty good at finding the open man. Time however, is something that he won't get in Oakland.
why is this guy getting so much attention all of a sudden he's not that good. the eagles have done this before with QBs that come in when mcnabb gets hirt and do well he's just another one of those guys. Feeley did well in his run with philly but how'd he do once he got traded for a second round pick? Garcia proved with his last years in san fran detroit and cleveland that he isn't anygood unless he has a good team. He didn't help the eagles much last year he just didn't hurt them and whatever team he goes to they'll be looking to him to help them win games and he will fail once again
The Buccaneers were reportedly close to signing free agent quarterback Jeff Garcia late Friday night.
Talks between Garcia and Oakland broke off Friday evening and the ex-Eagle turned his attention to Tampa Bay. The deal could be announced as soon as Saturday, according to the Tampa Tribune, although the St. Petersburg Times reports Garcia remains on the Texans' radar.