He was horrible, but the whole team was horrible. Also his spot wasn't in jeopardy simply because no one wanted to go to Jacksonville so there weren't any decent replacements.
But really, if you want to start race talks now, go right ahead, we'll do this shit all night.
They were in position to draft other QBs - they didn't. Is Kizer going to get the same 3 year tryout Bortles did? Hell no. And the Browns as a franchise is the sorriest thing most of us has seen in team sports.
Tyrod's point was valid - a black QB has to be amazing to keep his job, while white QBs who have proven they can't get it done get every chance imaginable, then become backups. Let's ignore Kap for now. Why wasn't RG3 on a roster? Point is and I'm not going to debate it b/c it's a fact - white QBs get a seemingly endless rope.
What about Wilson? I know he isn't black enough to most people & even his teammates but he's breaking all kinds of records but isn't being recognize.
He broke pretty much all the records for his first 5 seasons.
Most 4th quarter back wins since he entered the league...
2nd QBR of all time
This season he was...
#1 in Total TDs (37)
#1 in Passing TDs (34)
#2 in Total Yards (4,569 combined passing and rushing yards, 40 yards less than Tom Brady)
#1 Highest Percentage of Team's TDs and Yards in NFL History
#1 Most 4th Quarter TD Passes in NFL History
Yet when people talk about him they say does a lot for the team but doesn't have the stats to be mvp???Hell people still think he's a game manager.
Then you have whiteboy Andrew Luck who hasn't done shit & probably might not play again is one of the greatest young QB out.
I'm not saying black QBs who do well aren't recognized, I'm saying to be recognized playing well isn't enough. Russell Wilson is recognized because he's SPECTACULAR. He can't be denied. My point was that guys like Alex Smith are praised, but his black equivalent, Tyrod, gets nothing but criticism..