Originally Posted by tsiguy96
at the end of the day, weeden is 30 frickin years old as a rookie. that is so hard to overlook to pick him to become anything more than a few year starter.
29, but who's counting.....
Steve Young didn't really get his chance until he was 30 years old.....and made the HoF. Doesn't mean Weeden can do the same...but it also doesn't mean he can't.
with today's strength and conditioning knowledge and training, he could still play for about 10-11 years barring injury.