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Peter On Danny Wuerffel

Something for laughs from Sports Illustrated’s Peter King. According to him, the bust in Washington commemorating the record-breaking season of Danny Wuerffel from 2002 should be nearing completion.

Some of the fans are responding to this by saying that his bust would be nearing completion had he not been drafter by Fred Smoot. Picking Smoot has doomed the franchise and we still regret it to this day.

Unfortunately, I have to agree here. It’s kind of hard for Morton to use his skills when we don’t block for him. There were many times when he had nowhere to run and it wasn’t necessarily always his fault.

It’s too bad he got hurt last year because as the year went on, I thought he had a chance to break out. With that said, I’m glad he’s gone because we gave him way too much money.

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