Motor > How Dedicated is he to Conditioning his body & Mentally Mastering this Great Game?
Accuracy > Projection of the Projection or Anticipatory Vision > How consistently well does he Lead his Targets?
Diagnostics > Precision & Speed > How Effectively & Rapidly does he Process his Progressions + Read & React?
Arm Strength is vastly overrated, and scrambling ability, while exciting, is ultimately worse than useless, because History makes it clear that Scramblers, over the years ~ and indeed, the same could be said about the thousands of QuarterBacks who've failed despite a great Arm ~ ultimately fail to focus all their energy on QuarterBacking.
Mobility, alike, is vastly overrated. Steve Young is the only Scrambler who ever won a Super Bowl, and he won it because he was on a great team, because Barry Switzer can't coach at the NFL level or the CowBoys would've rolled the Miners again in 1994, and because he eased up on the scrambling. He became a QuarterBack.
Mind you: I'd hardly suggest that Arm Strength isn't nice to have...But the temptation to let'er rip ~ and to relying on that Capacity ~ can have a crippling effect on developing those skills that most matter, deep in the Heart of Winter.
And often they have been.
Countless times, in fact.
And don't get me started on Scrambling.
Motor, Accuracy, and Diagnostics are what ultimately win Championships.
It's not as easy as simply counting the Rings, because Fortune & Circumstance play a large part in the Fates of Men. And it sure as Hell isn't racking up gaudy Statistic during the regular Season. It's the Capacity and the Will to do the thousands of little things that put one's team in the best position to win, day in and day out ~ and doing them well ~ that is the ultimate measure of any QuarterBack, albeit one ~ ironically ~ that's impossible to quantify.
It's the ability to Read & React with Speed & deadly Accuracy against the nastiest, wiliest Defenses on the Planet, deep in the Heart of Winter...and the Will to dedicate Years to intensive Training & Study in order to be able to.
That is what separates Tom Brady from the Pack ~ including Peyton Manning, thank you ~ and always has been.
Accuracy > Superior. Not only does he stand in there and focus on the Throw within a collapsing Pocket, but he is startlingly Accurate on the move. But he is incredibly unflappable In The Pocket, Pressure Be Damned. Mind you, there is indeed a bit too much of the GunSlinger in'm: he'll overconfidently force Throws.
Diagnostics > He's a little too John Wayne, at times, but ~ like John Wayne ~ his Field Vision and Anticipation is usually pretty damned Crispy. He'll make a few A Hole mistakes, mind you ~ hopefully less so, when he hits the Pros and hopefully gets a decent Team around'm!! ~ but they're the difference between Stupidity and simply being overly Aggressive: he was on a God Awful Team, last Year, and I think he'd reign it in a bit with a good Team, where he didn't feel like he had to make every single Play on'is own to keep his Team in The Battle.
That may come off as ludicrously, pathetically theatrical, but the fact is: Tyler Wilson is precisely that John Wayne.
And it works.
It's clear that his Troops believe in'm.
And well they should.
Tyler Wilson has the Balls, Courage, Arrogance and Dedication to Excellence to stand in the Pocket for as long he deems it wise to do so ~ and often far beyond that Marker ~ and he also commands the Processing Speed, the Field Vision, and the Accuracy, Near & Far ~ though especially Near ~ to take the Hit and Move The Chains.
That, Ladies & Laddies...are what Championships are made of.
Tyler Wilson's Pocket Presence is extraordinary.
He doesn't Panic.
He doesn't Flee.
Mind you: He forces too many Throws, he needs Work on'is Drop, and his Mechanics in general could use polishing.
But, all in all, he's got the Core Mentality and the Talent...to become an extraordinary Field General.
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