Originally Posted by milkman
I don't agree with that last sentence.
I believe there are some games, especially the Pinstripe Bowl, that raised some questions for many, and for many, if not most, that have raised those questions, those games might be the only ones they saw.
That said, Dorsey and the Chiefs have 3 years of game tape, including a sophmore season that was played in a pro set, and a number of games against top level talent, including last year's Orange Bowl, to recognize and appreciate the tools he brings to the table.
This is a guy that has all the tools to succeed at a high level with top notch coaching.
I keep wavering back and forth on whether I think the Chiefs draft him or not. There's a long time until the draft, the Chiefs will most likely have signed or traded for a veteran QB before then, and everyone will freak out because they'll think that means no QB in the first round. But if Geno works his way up the board, like I think he will, the Chiefs will take him.