Your claims are outlandish and cry out for rebuttal:
Claim #1: Rarely does Alex hit a receiver in the numbers.
Response: Even the best QBs rarely hit their receivers in the numbers, usually by design. They intentionally throw low/wide to keep the pass away from the defender.
Claim #2: Alex does not step into his passes.
Response: Simply not true, although there are times he cannot because he is about to be decked by a defender.
Claim #3: Alex has limited vision.
Response: What evidence?
Claim #4: He is not a great leader.
Response: While it may have been true his first and second years, when he played under the tyrannical thumb of Nolan, he now shows far more maturity, confidence and leadership. I am surprised you do not see it.
Claim #5: He is quick to bail out of pocket.
Response: You would too if an untouched DE, DT or LB was bearing down on you like a heat-seeking missile.
Please be a little more fair in your criticisms.