"He's got so much talent around him". "He hasn't won a championship." "He's the Iron Man". "He's just got so much potential".
All of these statements have been used to evaluate the position of quarterback, a position that is ranked and debated more than any other position in sports. The problem is that sports analysts commonly either look at one aspect of a player, such as their number of championship wins, or their look at ambiguous qualities that can be difficult to define, such as their potential, or their toughness.
This article will look at 7 common statements people use to rate quarterbacks, and why they are not valid arguments to solely analyze a quarterback on.