A season and a half worth of starts is kind of the standard NFL evaluation window for a rookie qb. So 25 games should give you enough confidence to predict how his career will pan out or if he's even salvageable. He's almost half way there.
First off, it only takes 60 something yards per game to be a thousand yards receiver (even less now that there are 17 games), so it's not really that high of bar. Secondly, what you want out of a receiver is consistency in a perfect world. Thirdly, I never said any QB was the second coming of Jesus. I've always said that drafting QBs is largely a crap shoot. Fourth, yes, I did say I was on the Lance train, but that he would need development (even still, it's always a crap shoot). And, lastly, I never said Young was anything, but that I'd support him if he was the pick. I also said, several times, that I would be good with whomever they picked, but they (asbin the brain trust) had better get it right.
So, there you go. Now you know what I said, and what I think.