He is capable, and was a good qb in college. He has all the physical tools, and if his head is on straight we draft him.
In total yards.
his #'s are greatly inflated though since most of his yards are YAC, he threw alot of short screens and short passes and his all pro receivers went insane with them.
I'm not saying his skill set isn't high but it's greatly inflated. His % is high because he has 1 read and locks on and it's a high percentage throw. Those luxuries will not be in the NFL for him especially on this team. So it's going to be dink and dunk just like we do now and all the fans throw fits about. So unless we do something DRASTIC and get huge playmakers then geno won't sniff success at all on this team. Geno isn't even the best player on his team. Austin and Bailey made geno what he is and made his numbers.
No, I would draft talent and ability over winning in college. How many national titles did Eli win? BCS Bowls?
If you want to draft based on winning, then ken Dorsey, Chris Leak, Tim Tebow, Matt Flynn are all right up your alley (And of course I would take Tom Brady, but that is one in a million)
I also don't consider 7-6 a failing season. If he as the talent to be a productive player in the NFL you take him, it also happens to be the BIGGEST NEED position for us.
So yes, talent and ability are more important than wins.