You can't say that Sam is dogshit now because he started '18. I do think Sam had it rough in '18 by having 3 games in 8 days so I guess you could make the argument that it was definitely a rough and unfair to ask him to light the league on fire, but the trend of having of these guys sit and learn for a year with a clipboard is done. QBs come in right now and are able to be successful. Go look around the league. These guys all came into the league and had instant success - Burrow, Herbert, Kyler, Watson (came in at halftime of their first game), Luck, Russell Wilson, Dak (Romo hurt is back). They all started or were in the lineup within 1 game of their rookie season. The best experience for these guys is to play and learn as they go. Hopefully we don't have Saleh on the sideline with green, yellow, and red flashcards saying how risky Wilson can be with the play/throw. We'll just have to agree to disagree on this one I guess.