Originally Posted by Cannibal
He didn't sound very confident when they asked him how he did. He didn't sound like a guy that expected to go # 1. I keep hearing him say "there's always room for improvement", which is certainly true. However, if draft him, I hope he drops that attitude real quick. That phrase is something we've heard far too much the Last few years from our QB.
I'd like to see a little less humble and more confidence.
I prefer the QB that sucks shit and brags about grading out perfectly to the one that plays great and tells everyone there's room for improvement.