Originally posted by oldman9er:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Aaron Rogers has the worst o-line in the league, and still managers to be the #1 player in the NFL as voted by his peers.
A vet QB that learned for years and played for more years under the same scheme with much of the same personnel... yeah, I think I can safely say that this vet QB can overcome more than other QBs. Established QBs with years of solid structure can handle more than other QBs that have had their learning stunted and flailing for years in organizational misery. If Alex progresses over the next 2-3 years, he too would be able to handle a more terrible OL... but through the development years, we need that competent OL and receiver play to get him to that level.
even a vet can look average with a bad O-Line (ex Tom Brady)
Rodgers is a great athletic QB who can deliver the ball quick
Some QBs can do it some can't