What difference does it make if a QB is not used to the WR's he's throwing to at the combine anyway? When these guys get in the NFL, they will be doing scripted drills and running scripted plays with the same WR's every day...just like that media only workout Cam held, and just like they will all be doing when they have their pro days.
And as far as reading defenses goes, I would love to know how many times JC, who was said to have an elite football IQ by the scouts, actually completed passes to his 2nd or 3rd read. I doubt it happend more than 5-6 times in all the snaps he took for the Panthers.
It doesn't make a difference. The simple fact is Cam was not good this weekend. He was inaccurate, had horrible timing/touch, bad mechanics, you name it. It's something most of us expected to see based on what we saw from him in college football(not just highlight reels lol); that he is a high risk(I won't lie, high reward too) PROJECT pick. A lot of Cam fans keep making excuses for him like the guy is perfect and never makes mistakes. Is it that hard to take a step back and admit the guy needs a LOT of work to be a successful NFL quarterback?
Way too many question marks to be considered for #1 overall. Why not just get Vince Young? Comparable athlete? Yep. Much more dominant in college? You know it. Has actually won games in the NFL? Yep! Cost a #1 overall pick? NOPE.