"So he's more efficient with the offense," Edwards said. "Robert is trying to learn the offense, stay in the pocket. At times you can see him wanting to leave, but he's hanging in there. But it wasn't a good night for him. It wasn't a good night for the offense, to be quite honest. And then Kirk Cousins comes in, has a couple nice drives. And if you look at it and you didn't know who was who and you took numbers off the jerseys and said who was the best player right now playing quarterback, well, it would be Kirk Cousins."
If SuperBob produced a documentary this preseason, would they interview former NFL coach and ESPN analyst Herm Edwards, who said after the Baltimore preseason game — the last time we saw SuperBob — that Kirk Cousins (his rival, not his backup) has outplayed SuperBob?