I came across this article: https://www.theringer.com/2017/4/5/...deshaun-watson-mitchell-trubisky-6e0d45a52fa5 which I think outlines what to look for when trying to identify which QBs can be FQBs. It's geared towards drafting, but it can apply to those already in the NFL. The first thing that struck me is, although it was written by a Washington Redskins follower, how you could plug in the name NY Jets and it would be almost identically true. Washington is probably the closest to us in FQB futility. And yet, they're apparently giving up on guy who is absolutely better than anyone they've had in 25 years. Given their track record though that may not mean anything. The second thing that struck me is that Bill Walsh, who discovered THREE HOF QBs in his time, and a few others who were damn good, had a "recipe" for finding QBs.: Instead of evaluating what a young QB could bring to his team, Walsh evaluated how a quarterback could excel in his West Coast offense. His cheat sheet demanded the following things: a quick-footed passer; a rhythm thrower; athletic movement; toughness; a winning pedigree; and someone who instinctively knew how to play quarterback. He scouted inside out, not outside in. There's a lot more in the article that's worth reading. I think it makes a lot of sense to know what you're looking for, and not just taking whoever falls to you and trying to "fix" him or plugging him into your system, which is what the Jets have done (and Redskins). If the Jets are going to stick with the WCO, then they need to find a QB who's got the qualities to do well in it, like Walsh described. Anyway, enjoy.