crazier things have happened going from a #2 to a #1. here's hoping
for a less homerish second look:
"For a rookie quarterback playing behind a shaky line and throwing to one of the least-talented receiving corps in the league, any attempt to push the ball far down the field will be fraught with danger."
Clearly a lot of of writers are going to run with the "Look at this amazing young qb he's so great and he'd be even better and actually win games if his teammates weren't such scrubs shame on them." So I don't foresee Clayton getting much credit from the national press.