Vance Joseph is already sick of the quarterback questions.
“They both made plays and they both didn’t make plays” Joseph said, according to Jeff Legwold of ESPN, when asked about the competition on Saturday. “It’s tough to ride the roller coaster with those guys, who won the day, who didn’t win the day, I’m not going to do that. It’s going to be a collective evaluation over the course of weeks.”
Since Joseph announced he’d let the best man win the job, and subsequently stated he would alternate who would lead the first team during training camp, the storyline has dominated talk in the Rocky Mountains.
“It’s not going to change daily. That’s important because you don’t want to leave here every day thinking Paxton is the guy, and tomorrow Trevor is the guy,” Lynch said. “We can’t do that. It has to be a collective evaluation over time. That’s why time is a good thing because now we can have a full evaluation of both guys.”
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