And he's still the least of the four that I'd rather have. I'd much rather have Kaepernick, Luck or Wilson going forward and that was before the mismanagement of his mangled knee.
Listen, I don't have a dog in this fight because none of them play for the Jets so I don't watch them for 16 games. From the games and highlights I've seen, RGIII was the least impressive to me. Alfred Morris was way more important to that team than RGIII. The Redskins offense skipped no beats when the backup went in for the most part because of that running game. I doubt the same would be said about the other three offenses, especially since Kaepernick was the backup and the offense saw a solid uptick in production.
Well, we just differ on that opinion, as we differed on Sanchez. I think it's RGIII's running around and passing deep that left a lot of room for Morris to run. Morris looked really good, but I saw an awful lot of runs where no one touched him for a bit and while he does have quick feet cutting-wise, he's no burner by any means. Those first 10 games of the season he had under 80 yards in half those games and had 20 touches in less than even that.
I don't have a dog in this fight either, but when RGIII was out, Morris didn't look so awesome, so I don't know what you're talking about on that point.
I'd be happy with any of these QBs over our stiff that you had such praise (or excuses) for.