Yeah Dunnigan hates Printers. He always has. Matt thinks he's THE authority on quarterbacks and always tries to over talk the rest of the panel when they discuss qb's. Anyway, it's all just academic anyway. The back up is always the most popular man in town.
Williams had no choice but to push the ball downfield. They needed a touchdown. That was the play call. Printers isn't calling the plays. Let the receivers make plays. That makes no sense. Just hang it up and hope a receiver makes a play. Although that is all Williams did and Prechae made two beautiful plays. You can't run an offense that way. Don't kid yourself into thinking that they were well thrown deep balls.
There is a big, B-I-G difference between coming in witha few minutes left playing against a prevent defense and starting against a quality defense like Montreal, and having to put together a whole game.
At this point I don't care any more. Put him in, don't put him in. Maybe he'll do something. Most likely he won't. Not because he's no good, but because it's a systemic team execution problem. Either way it will end the debate. Although I think we'll see that the depth chart is fine the way it is.