No way in hell is Ray a better QB. Runner or not. That's just drunk talk. lol
Yes Chief no kidding Ray better than Peyton Manning totally drunk talk but hey ...oh well never mind I'll stop there considering the source of such talk and his track record in only a few days on here. :thdn:
Otherwise Ray is the best quarterback in the CFL not named Calvillo :thup: , but for sure many a homer will argue otherwise for their guy. :thdn:
On the Superbowl what most folks are missing about the game even down here already is that Dwight Freeney showed up big in the first half and provided the Colts' only sack of the game at that. In the second half, his effectiveness was way down due to the wear and tear on that ankle after being taped up and shot up at the start of the game not to mention the natural adrenaline surge that knocks out more of the pain. Indeed for the defence of the Colts he is more of a factor than anyone had even thought.
Brees had all the time in the world, and most NFL quarterbacks including below average ones would thrive when given such time to throw with little pressure.
Meanwhile Manning did not face all that much pressure himself, yet his receivers dropped more balls thrown at them. He threw a total of two bad passes all game including the pick 6.
Amongst the receivers at even the college level here in the US, the saying goes if you can touch it you can catch it so no excuses from a corp of receivers who did not show up enough to contribute for a win of the biggest game of their lives.
The Saints earned that victory after a miserable first quarter for them and without the help of what appeared to be hometown cooking from the refs like against the Vikings.