I think you are very well aware of the difference between a QB who takes calculated risks and Jameis Winston who throws the risk analysis out the window. There's no need to embellish the counterargument's extreme to make a bad point. A QB who avoids all risks is about as bad as a QB who throws caution to the wind.
Speaking of Brissett and Winston, who won that game? Before you go into defense this and that, I will remind you that both teams are making no secret about the fact that their confidence is not in their current QB.
You ca'nt really count on Kelly to come in and play. If there was any serious thought that he could have been ready, you'd think he'd have stepped in at some point toward the end of hte season. He's a developmental QB that will probably top out as a backup QB. The more likely scenario is that he stays as a developmental QB until he's replaced with a newer developmental QB. Maybe that's Gordon if we miss out on the round 1 guys this year.
Yeah, but back when Brees was drafted, teams wanted to put the next Manning/Brady out there. The "scrambling QB," or whatever nomer you choose, in the league wasn't as entrenched as it is today and that's in large part due to Wilson.