Just some data I did a quick research on.
—Arm strength ranks as the best some scouts have ever seen.
—He can easily hit deep comebacks on a line with tight velocity and has the power to push the ball vertically. He can stretch the field to lengths most quarterbacks cannot.
—Has the ability to thread the ball into tight windows and can make "wow" throws that leave you shaking your head.
—As an athlete, he uses his 6'5", 237-pound frame well and can run over or around defenders.
—On the move, can make throws without having to reset his feet and is able to still throw with power while rolling left or right.
—He has played in a pro-style offense and worked under center.
—Film shows poor decisions and errant passes where the ball gets away from him.
—His subpar completion percentage (56 percent) can be attributed to poor decisions, passes thrown too hard, drops and plain misses.
—When he misses, he tends to miss big and often throws high on crossing routes.
—His footwork needs to be refined so that he's stepping into throws and aligning his lower body with his shoulders—an issue a lot of "arm" throwers have.
—He leaves a clean pocket too often (not trusting his offensive line) and will extend plays instead of throwing the ball away, which can lead to lost yards.
—Prototypical pocket passer with a big frame and a strong arm.
—Big throw after big throw on tape highlights arm strength and deep-ball mentality.
—Able to throw with enough heat to beat defenders to openings; arm talent can save him on late reads.
—Gorgeous deep-ball thrower.
—Excellent on play action with a good drop step and easy setup motion.
—Steps up well in the pocket and keeps eyes locked downfield to launch rockets.
—Scouts complain about immaturity and a need to take football more seriously.
—Struggled when facing the best defenses in the Pac-12; turnovers and accuracy issues showed up against good cornerbacks.
—Started only two seasons in college because of injury (2017) and transfer (2018) and has limited development within his offensive system.
—Pocket poise is iffy and inconsistent. Does not play well in a muddy pocket.
—The least mobile of the top five quarterbacks in the class; will not be able to affect the game as a runner.
—Crumbles against pressure.
—Needs a clean pocket to win.
The first guy is Josh Allen of Buffalo. He is now looked at as one of the best QB's in the league. Credits his coaching staff to making him how he plays now. The second guy is Jacob Eason. Seems we are giving up in him already. Are you saying the Bills coaching staff is better than ours? He hasn't played yet but he know the playbook better than any other option available. Just saying lets see what he can do before we panic.