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I don't understand why you would move your best backup when you know the man to take over is Vince Young.
You may think I'm getting a little carried away with the importance of a backup quarterback.
If that's the case, I want you to think about the following quarterbacks who won a Super Bowl when they started out the year as a backup: Kurt Warner, Tom Brady, Trent Dilfer, Jeff Hostetler, Roger Staubach, Terry Bradshaw, Jim Plunkett and Doug Williams.
This means 17 percent of the 45 Super Bowl winners won with the guy who was holding the clipboard.
I don't know if Kolb was capable of winning a Super Bowl, but I am confident Young couldn't even get to the Super Bowl if you gave him directions and a navigation system.
Young doesn't strike me as the smartest guy, and it makes me wonder if he can learn Andy Reid's and Marty Mornhinweg's offense. It's hard to quantify someone's intelligence on the football field, but do you trust a guy who has 42 career touchdowns to go along with 42 interceptions and 17 lost fumbles.
But I think the perfect example of Young's intelligence came when he call the Eagles a "Dream team."