It takes not only a smart player, but a confident player to survive as an NFL quarterback. You have to have heart, you have to have guts, lets not forget the all important "It factor." Its what separates the weak from the strong, the free agents from the starters and the so called "bust" from becomingá budding stars. It also takes a player willing to take a fall and learn from it. Bust stay down, stars get back up and try again. Interceptions, criticism, demotion..which seems unlikely given coach Cable's trust in him, will in time shape the player that JaMarcus Russell will eventually become; if hes willing to learn from it all. The greats learn from their mistakes, watch film, study other greats, and work on getting better. When looking at Russell I see Tony Romo, even Tom Brady, a story ...
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