Edwards Article: It's Back to the Drawing Board for Ticats

Here is a link to an article titled "It's back to the drawing board for Ticats" by Drew Edwards posted on the Hamilton Spectator website tonight:

http://www.thespec.com/News/BreakingNews/article/626850
8) So, according to that article, Marcel says that even a healthy Porter, does not guarantee that
 he will be the starter on Labour Day  !!!

 Obviously, he was impressed by the play of Glenn, and rightly so !!

 Let the QB controversy begin  !!!     <!-- s:wink: -->:wink:<!-- s:wink: --> 

 Enough of this nonsense of grooming Porter for the future.  

 The future is now, this season !!!  If Glenn gives us the best chance to secure a playoff position,
 then so be it !!   Let him do it !!!

  Marcel will make that final decision.

Porter will be groomed better by watching a (young)veteran do it.

No question from what I've seen Glenn is the better of the two but does that mean he should automatically start? I suppose it does.

Duh!!!

Isn't it a no brainer?

Glenn's record when he has played more than half the game is 0 and 2, Porter is 4 and 2.

Glenn can throw the spectacular long ball, but Porter is better at controlling the play and keeping possession.

If Porter had been in for the last two series in the game against Edmonton we may have won. We needed to control the ball, put together a drive, take time off the clock and put points on the board on the second last possession and we got long incompletions from Glenn, two and out. On the last drive, we needed fifteen yards to get in position for a field goal, and we tried a 40 yards throw, interception.

We can use both QBs in the game, they have different styles and bring different dimensions to the play. Using both will keep the defence guessing. But Porter should be the starter, he has proven that he can win, Glenn hasn't

I think it would have been a blow out in Edmontons favour had Porter played.
Even though we lost I still think that Glenn played way to good to not give him another start!