You don't have to throws bullets like Elway used to to be effective. His arm is strong enough. I believe in his pro day at Stanford it was reported that he threw a ball 70 yards into a slight breeze just to prove the doubters wrong. That's strong enough.
Now if you want to make a case that he is not always accurate, or takes too many chances, that's another discussion.
What does that have to do with hitting receivers? He arm is plenty strong to do what is needed out of a QB. Manning never had a strong arm and hardly ever threw a tight spiral. He just threw the ball where it could be caught.
I have news for you, Luck is a top tier QB and his records he has broke his first 3 1/2 years has proved that.
I think maybe you need to go watch some tape of Luck in college and his first three years as a pro and then you can see he has plenty of arm strength.
Yes. I don't think enough credit is given for the structuring of contracts. Especially incoming free agents. From the start, Grigs gave himself contracts that gave him favorable "outs" if free agents didnt work out:. This is very smart as we know most players that change teams dont have success like former team and are normally highly paid. grigs has found ways to lessen blow on cap if we cut them in first couple years. And we try to invest in players we have grown and thrrefore know well.
I think if the werner thing had worked out and the trent experiment worked or never happened, we'd all have a much different view of him. Those were biggies, 1st rounders. Other than that tho, i feel he's had a pretty good record overall of additions, especially the drafts.
don't we remember the team we fielded in 2011?