RG3 is the same size as Aaron Rodgers, who is the best case scenario of who he can become. Rodgers, as you recall, sat for several seasons beyond Brett Farve in Green Bay and was not all that impressive when he first got the chance to start. I always thought that last season was a bit of fool's gold for RG3 because defenses were not used to seeing the read option, but this season is an aberration too due to his lack of offseason work and the lingering effects of his knee injury. I still think he will become a very good QB once he gets used to the pro game and develops chemistry with his receivers.
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11/26/13 at 1:09pm