It's Time for Our QB to Emerge

After seeing Dinwiddie's performance tonight...wow, is all I can say . He was sensational. Whether it's Dinwiddie, Durant or Jackson, back up qb's are stepping into games this year and looking like all star vets.

Well, it's time. It's time for the real Casey Printers to step up. I watched this young kid Dinwiddie who looks like he's fresh out of middle school carve up the Stampeders defense tonight. He outshot Henry Burris in a shoot out. Good for him, but I'm mad. It's time for the gloves to come off. It's time to see the 400 yd, 4 TD Casey Printers.

Winnipeg's porous defense was able to stop Burris and Reynolds, but we couldn't...sheesh.

Wait...short week, short week, short week...

OK, I'm better.

As for Casey, he's not the problem. He'll do fine tomorrow night and the rest of the season.

Why don't we have a QB named Dinglehoffer to come in a save our sorry asses.

lets get you out there and throw for 400

Don't go nuts and fall in love with Dinwiddie just yet.
Calgary was the first defense to see him almost with virtually no film. Wait until he plays more defenses who know he's coming before we mail out valentines.

All Bombers did was pass and often into tight coverage. With no running game that will come back and bite them as bad as last night's game was good.

Wonder if it would make any sence, to trade caully, a promising RB to Peg, for a Promising WR. Like the one who replaced Stegal!?....Jessie having lindros syndrom!:slight_smile:

I'd rather we get a DL, thank you very much!

Cats n pac wrote:

Wonder if it would make any sence, to trade caully, a promising RB to Peg, for a Promising WR. Like the one who replaced Stegal!?....Jessie having lindros syndrom!
I wouldn`t trade any of our RB`s. Jessie is the man, but if he goes down. We need Caulley

Look at the receivers Dinwiddie had to work with: Edwards, Armstrong, and that phenom Bryant. Printers doesn't have that array of talent to throw to, and his top receiver (Miles) is injured to boot.

And like someone else already said, nobody had film on Dinwiddie in his first start. Teams will figure him out eventually, especially if he keeps forcing the ball into tight coverage. I'm not saying he wasn't impressive -- he clearly was -- but it's only one game, folks.