My first exposure to the success using two quarterbacks to secure that first Super Bowl Trophy occurred in 1971 where Tom Landry rotated Craig Morton & Rodger Staubach. At the time, that every down rotation was thought to be crazy, but it certainly sent a message to those knuckleheads behind center. In time came the response to protect quarterbacks ego's & coaches jobs ... if you have two quarterbacks, then you don't even have one.
Let's not forget that magical 1972
season, where due to injury the Miami Dolphins had to rotate Earl Moral &
Brian Griese, Then what soon followed in that 1974 season was the rotation of
their 1972 draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers with a benched Terry Bradshaw,
only to see him reappear during the season, after a string of victories by his
backup, before Bradshaw led his team to that franchises 1st Super Bowl
Victory. Now you might not even recall this but the greatest show on turf
had to face Tom Brady, who replaced Drew Bledsoe again due to injury maybe but
you could now say divine providence. .
By the way, this is the anniversary of the original December 28, 1975 "Hail Mary" cheating scum bag game that put the Cowboys in our Super Bowl.
By the way, Kyle Sloter will not lose to the Bears, the Rams, the Saints or the Seahawks or the Scum Bag Cowboys. You can't win the greatest prize known to man unless you get there. Isn't it interesting that the confidence in this franchises ability to win it all is surrounded by the confidence in Kirk Cousins ... where no one has confidence. Is the window or door of opportunity now open.
Why is Sloter so important to the scheme
of the universal tilt. It is because of win-win-win. Sloter is great
for the book. Sloter is also great for the most important thing of all ...
the network ratings, just like that cutie Tom Brady those many years ago. Oh,
he's cute! (direct quote from my wife at the moment the glitter flew)