Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
You are putting words in my mouth and exaggerating. The fact that you care more about what I say a guys floor is versus his realistic potential is cherrypicking.
He is going to have to excel as a pocket passer if he wants to be a franchise qb. He's not going to do it in the way big Ben does, which is to be a guy who gets knocked around. He's not going to do it with elusiveness as rgIII can. He will use mobility as a last resort bailout. If you want to build an offense around it being ok for him to hold on to the ball too long, you are out of your mind. He has to make quicker decisions, he has to learn to quickly look off his primary read and go through progressions, and he has to adjust the protections pre-snap because he can't use his physical body to bail him out if he misses a protection or blitz.
Again... I believe he has the character and work ethic to do it. But the idea that he can use his athletic ability to build his game around bailing out is just wrong.
You said, you dipshit, that his absolute fllor is a running QB.
Did I misread that, you dipshit?
And there you go again with dipshittery.
This O-Line for the Chiefs, as is, can provide Smith with the protection to go through progressions and make reads in a timely and efficient manner, and you dismiss his mobility like he's incapable of moving.
You, again, as stated before, are a dipshit.