Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
No, I said he has less bust potential because at absolute worst he is Vick. When that's the worst case scenario, that's not bad. More likely absolute worst is he is a big Ben, who uses speed instead of size to extend plays where others can't. His upside is he becomes an exceptional passer with a scary athletic bailout. Genos downside, sorry, is if he truly can't become a good pure mental qb he isn't even starting qb material. RgIII has much greater upside and a much safer downside.
And look... Geno has shown he can run through progressions better than a lot of typical spread qbs. But let's not pretend its something he has to prove in ways well beyond what he's demonstrated so far. He has to do it, do it often, and do it quickly and well. I believe he can. But is it a risk? For now, yes, and Moreso than a qb whose college offense is built around doing this all the time.
And again, I point out that I don't ****ing care if RGIII doesn't bust because of his ability to run.
If he doesn't succeed as a pocket passer, and Smith doesn't succeed as pocket passer, then the only differnce is that you win some games with RGIII that you don't win with Smith.
I don't ****ing care about winning a few extra games.
If neither succeed as a pocket passer, then you aren't going to the SB with either one, and that's all I ****ing care about, you useless dipshit.