Originally Posted by kartr
How can you draft the best(most NFL ready in draft) QB too early. The Redskins are ecstatic about the way Campbell has looked in the mini-camp. They say he shows accuracy, mobility and arm-strength. They say he's also picking up their offense just fine and that he's completely unflappable, nothing surprises or rattles him. In my opinion he was a steal and will be starting by mid-season. He won the second most games of any QB in the SEC,and don't start with the super RB non-sense. While he did have two 1st round RB's, they didn't always have big games, and when they didn't he threw the ball well enough to get victories(see, the Alabama game). Both backs were stopped cold and Campbell passed them to victory. Also, 2004 was the first year that both of those backs were healthy at the same time,remember Cadillac blew out his knees at least twice at Auburn.
Alex Smith was considered most NFL ready by most scouts. He was earning rave reviews from his Wonderlic score and so on...Though Campbell might be showing the arm strength and mobility he has IMO Ramsey will stay the starter for this year because I dont think Gibbs will throw the rookie into the fire just yet. Brunell will be the backup but JC might see some mopup duty this year. Since I will be on vacation in DC during TC I could watch him play on TV during the preseason.