Then how do Geno's cons compare?
1. His current system is also a spread. I know he played in a pro style, but don't pretend to know how his footwork looked in his dropbacks. Thats the biggest issue with spread QBs imo, footwork is 3, 5, and 7 step drops.
2. Geno has faced more adversity. Every game he played this year was on his shoulders due to poor defense. His "bad" games came against his toughest opponents, but how bad was he in those games?
3. Size? He's a little small, would like to see him thickened up, but he's been durable.
I don't think Geno joining the Chiefs would be as rough as Bradords introduction to the league. He'll have a better line, and better weapons (assuming Bowe and Albert return).
Geno's resume doesn't match Bradford's, but he didn't have the luxury of playing on the 2009 Sooners either.
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