Yes, they will and they will also run. They will mutate into a more efficient player for the better of the team. Strictly pocket passer aren't cost effective. You don't wanna pay a player $25mil/y and all he does for you is throw the ball 3 yards to Green, Calvin, Graham, etc. Those guys are hard to find. Else, you can find a Wilson all he needs is a Golden Tate. There are lots of Golden Tates out there.
In fact, I don't think teams even considered taking a strictly pocket passer in the 1st round the last few drafts.
Are you fuging high?
But I like how you say strictly pocket passers to cover your ass. Lol
This thread and your arguments are fuging terrible
He believes that having a pure drop back QB put the offense at a disadvantage in playing 11 on 10 ball.
For the most part other college programs have been following suit with Weis' opinion in recruiting dual threat QBs and running the spread. Dual threat QBs are limited to their availability. Since they're limited in numbers, college programs are forced to use pure pocket passers. And, for the last few years the programs that have been making noises as far as national championships and Heisman contentions have been dual threat guys.
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And I couldn't agree more. Take Peyton, for example, it takes so many working part for him to succeed. The running game, WRs, OL, all have to be there because he won't pick up that 3rd & 5 for you with his leg. With Cam on the other hand, all 11 man on defense need to be on their toes. So he can survive with a 35 y old receiver, a bad OL, and whatever RB is in the line up. It was only a matter of time before NFL personnel figure this out.
If you watch the super bowl again you'll see that Russel Wilson had the Broncos defense on skate while Peyton was begging for one of his 5 yard pass to go 80.