By Matthew Rewinski
My dad may be a man of few words, but occasionally he’ll still crank out an all-time knowledge bomb like this:
“Yes, everybody can have their own opinion, but that doesn’t mean your opinion can’t be wrong.”
(This line was also dropped on me when I was maybe in second grade, so in hindsight that might explain a lot)
That’s today’s relevant dad quote because on Friday, SB Nation ran the following hypothetical that’s normally settled over brews and a giant shared plate of something deep-fried and covered with enough cheese to make sure American cheese never dies despite millennials trying to kill it:
Like any good “would you rather?”, we need to set some terms here.
So after Mahomes’ hot start and Brady’s sudden re-entry to the orbit of merely good quarterbacks, it’s no longer such a stretch to ask which player you’d rather have in 2018. But let’s take it a step farther. Your team is trailing by four points. There are 90 seconds on the clock. They’ve got two timeouts and the ball at their own 8-yard...