Well, I've been tackling this topic for about three straight weeks now and does anybody still feel the need to defend Daunte Culpepper being the number two quarterback?
I don't wish injury on any player and I hate that Culpepper had to leave the game that way. I'd rather him have been benched, but I'd be lying if I wasn't happy to finally see Drew Stanton in the game.
We saw what Daunte Culpepper could do today against the Packer defense and it wasn't much.
How does 14 passes with six completions for 48 yards with a 3.4 yard average (Uh Captain Checkdown?) and one critical interception that helped the Packers jump out to a 14 to zero lead sound? Not good for a veteran quarterback who is supposed to have a grasp, no, strangle hold on the offensive system he's playing in. ...
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