CBS Sports NFL analyst and former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason joined the Big O Show on 560 WQAM to discuss the Miami Dolphins, past and present, and what’s currently going on around the league.
“Duper and Clayton used to be the greatest when they were together. Everybody’s got a Duper and a Clayton now.”
“I never knew of a guy [Dan Marino] who would drop back without any trepidation. He knew he was throwing it and he knew he was going to put it in places it might be intercepted, and he was like ‘I don’t care, I’m just throwing it.”
On whether Chip Kelly will work in San Francisco: “If he gets the right quarterback it will. If it doesn’t, he’ll be like every other coach out there, looking for a job in three years. That’s why the quarterback position is so key.”