The Culpepper Conundrum

Just 6-7 weeks ago, we didn’t know how the hiring of Cam Cameron would affect QB Daunte Culpepper. We didn’t know if Culpepper would be a Cameron guy.

I think a strong case can be now made that Culpepper isn’t a Cameron guy. Either that or the team does not believe he will be healthy enough to play in 2007 because they wouldn’t be kicking around the idea of David Carr (who has since signed with Carolina) and courting Trent Green, who played for Cameron some years ago in Washington.  

Culpepper has not seen things on the field clearly for two years. He’s been severely lacking in confidence, and has been late with many of his throws. Culpepper has never been a very good QB in terms of timing and anticipation, but he’s been able to hide that fact with his mobility, big arm, and of course with WR Randy Moss. I am seriously starting to wonder if his previous success was more about that mobility and how teams had to play defense with Moss on the field. Certainly, robbed of his mobility and with no Moss last year, he was a poor QB. Ultimately, if a QB is to […]

About John Hansen

John Hansen

Specializing in football, Hansen is one of the most connected fantasy writers in the country.

About the author

RSS Staff Commentary

  • The DFS Virgin – Week 4 October 3, 2015
    It’s been one heck a start to the season, huh? Seems like this year’s injury bug is hitting everyone and anyone. Not just running backs, but Star QB’s and Star WR’s as well. All the more reason to get into DFS. That’s the purpose of this article. The Trials and tribulations of a Season long […]
    Ian Ginsberg
  • The DFS Virgin – “Week 2″ September 20, 2015
    Week 1 is in the books. Let’s just say you won’t be seeing me anytime soon on an Fantasy Feud commercial winning a $1,000,000!! Of the my starting $500 Bankroll, I was left with $471 come Tuesday Morning. Not terrible. It’s all about having fun and hopefully winning a little money in the process. I […]
    Ian Ginsberg
  • The DFS Virgin “Week 1″ September 11, 2015
    And here we are. Week One. Thursday Night Football. A damp, fall-like evening in the Northeast. The perfect evening to kickoff the NFL’s 50th SuperBowl Season. I’m not going to lie, I have some butterflies in my belly. Maybe it’s because I just deposited $500 into an account at Maybe it’s because I never […]
    Ian Ginsberg