Because, unlike our Senior Bowl threads, the Senior Bowl is about more things than showcasing QBs.
BTW, Love mentioned that his mentor, or game he wants to pattern after, is Mahomes. Do you think that may have changed his approach from 2018 to 2019? Where he tries to do the Mahomes thing instead of trying to look like more of a normal NFL QB? Just wondering.
3 of those 4 depend at least partially on the receiver, wouldn't you say?
Would you also concede that any QB would struggle with reading the field quickly when he doesn't have a stable receiver corps?
Or to put it another way, after TY, which WR would you count on to be open against elite defensive backs? And remember too, TY wasn't always even on the field.
Brissett did pretty well to keep the interception numbers down with all the chaos in the receiver room. He is overcautious in committing to a throw, but a better receiver unit would go a long way to mitigating that.