Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
Most of his big success has been in an aerial offense that's mostly shotgun-oriented and based on "look at the first read." So it takes a leap of faith that he'll be able to read NFL defenses and consistently run a pro style offense, especially with success under center.
That being said, he's got the smarts and work ethic to develop that. He has very good technique and can make any throw in the book. And qualities you like in a quarterback like pocket presence. So you'd expect his skill sets translate well to the NFL and WELL worth the risk. But I don't think we can claim he's flawless.
I think I was spoiled last year with Luck and RGIII. Its a big step down this year. I wish we had gone all in on RGIII.