Pro Football Talk's point is proven

Paul KasprzakContributor IJune 10, 2010

Pro Football Talk for a while has been preaching that former players shouldn’t have any say within their former team.

Well that point was proven today.

According to ESPN.com, former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly’s claim that warm weather quarterbacks don’t do well in the National Football League has been proven wrong in a study.

In the past I have been okay with former players giving opinions on players that play the position that they did, but now I am going to pay more attention to what they.

What I will now listen for is analysis like Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame guard Joe DeLamielleure gives when giving opinion on offensive lineman coming out of college as he will look at their fundamentals like feet work to base his opinion.

With Kelly we might have to deal with it as he has stated in the past interest in buying the Bills after current owner Ralph Wilson passes away.

In the end, hopefully Kelly will learn at some point when he is giving an opinion he should base it on a player’s fundamentals.

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