Will Anthony Richardson's traits trump lack of experience? Can Jags hit a

Thought this was interesting information from Bucky Brooks:

As a former player, I shared the field with a pair of Hall of Fame quarterbacks (Jim Kelly and Brett Favre) and a former MVP (Rich Gannon). As an old-school scout, I worked under the disciples of a Hall of Fame executive (Ron Wolf). And I believe experience matters – something that is particularly clear when examining the success of QBs who met a set of experience- and expertise-based criteria widely attributed to Bill Parcells:

  • Be a three-year starter.
  • Be a senior in college.
  • Graduate from college.
  • Start 30 games.
  • Win 23 games.
  • Post a 2:1 touchdown-to-interception ratio.
  • Complete at least 60% of passes.

These guidelines might be too old-school for today’s game, but they can help executives and scouts consider factors outside of arm talent, athleticism and physical dimensions.

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