If you actually know what you're talking about when evaluating QBs, they are. Various aspects of mechanics have been broken down and quantified, so that there can be a science to evaluating and comparing various aspects of mechanics.
"The best metric for quarterbacks is load to arrival (LTA) because it is the best practical representation of their “arm strength,” but more importantly their mechanics. The event begins just after ball carriage, which occurs during drop back phase, and ends at the arrival at the target. There are 2 major paths that improve LTA; a level head and sequencing."
My initial intent was to have a civil conversation, until your flippant comment about "style points." Was trying to share information on here. All you've done is ended up being insulting and putting your own ignorance of modern evaluation techniques on display.
Duvernay is a Slot WR with great speed. The Colts could move Parris Campbell outside.
Make no mistake JB can overthrow WRs downfield with his arm...
Aiyuk would replace Chester Rogers and do both KR & PR at first before becoming more involved as a WR.
Receiving TEs usually create a mismatch which is why Reich employs them in the game plan. A tall WR like Pittman Jr can be used in a similar way.