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McPaper States the McObvious

Just when I was beginning to think a bit better of USA Today, along comes an article today on how NFL teams who switch between quarterbacks win fewer games than those that don't:

NFL teams that struggle with their quarterbacks usually struggle in the standings, too...

The 15 teams that have started two or more QBs either because of injuries or poor performance, are winning at a .431 clip using 34 different QBs. Only three of the 15 have winning records.

In other words, the teams who lose games and switch quarterbacks as a result tend to lose games.

In other news, USA Today reports that the sun will be rising tomorrow. Stay tuned for details on this fast-breaking story.

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