Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by hofer36:
it should be telling them, get luck at all costs
No it shouldn't and likely isn't telling them that. Anything can happen, and nothing is guaranteed. Not every QB that is the consensus #1 pick has success right off the bat.
What I think he was trying to say was that today's league is QB-driven, and you need a quarterback to win.
It hasn't always been as quarterback-driven as it is today, and you've had more hits than you usually get in the 1st round at QB in the last 5 or 6 years.
Its due to rule changes: WRs can go over the middle without fear now, CBs cannot be as physical, must be gentle with QBs, etc.
The league is turning into a video game, and you need a quality QB to run it.