Tell ya what. Lemme give ya another angle on it.
If the acquisition of a franchise quarterback is some kind of foundational catalyst for turning a team around, then why are the Panthers such a sh-tty organization just ten years after drafting Cam Newton?
Hell, for that matter, why didn't Watson turn the Texans around when they had him?
And if your answer is anything along the lines of "well, they're just that terrible of an organization", I have some bad news for you...
I give Borrego crap about a lot of things but never about his relationships with players and his ability to develop them.
Guys Like Miles, Martin twins, Terry, PJ, Devonte, Jalen, have all developed way past what I ever thought they could become under JB.
His rotations may frustrate the hell out of me but he is one hell of a developmental coach. Imagine what these guys would look like if Steve Clifford was still our coach. 🤮