Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by burghfan58, Jan 3, 2021.
He did in the second half, Cincinnati should've won that game.
Ridder struggled in the second half
Mason played well late yesterday. I'm still not convinced that he's a franchise QB.
He doesn't seem very comfortable in the pocket and his short/intermediate passing game needs a lot of work.
My opinion on Mason as "the guy" moving forward, but I feel much better about him as a back up who can play when needed and not be liability.
You're the one that was pimping him, and I said he wasn't NFL ready .
That is because, despite a second half slip up, he showed enough. That is the whole point of evaluation; doubly so a QB. Nevermind his overall performance though.
What about the other 10 Cincy players on Offense?!?! How many of them will be draft eligible?!
Fitzmagic. Great career back-up but not savvy enough to earn a starter career. Just my opinion.
This is why i at the Darnold love. Guy is a turnover machine.
LMAO! Yeah, take away all the good stuff he did and he did BAD!
Miss the whole point. His short and intermediate game is not starting caliber.
Probably blame the 4 games before when they milked the short game to death. They knew how to defend, and there were some easy drops. Connor for 1 atleast . Funny how some of the people on here were worried about his long ball, now its the short game.
I would say more intermediate than short, but yeah, he needs improvement there for sure.