Did you watch the game?? Most of his yards required no passing skills. He would just scramble around a lot and throw to a wide open receiver or throw a jump ball to Mike Evans. He doesn't make NFL throws like some of the other QB's mentioned
Of course I watched that game, and was very impressed with his competitiveness when he could have just given up hope.
Too many tangiables are taken into consideration nowadays in regards to potential for QB's. How many proto-type passers(ala JaMarcus?) have we seen fail at the next level?
It's the un-tangiables that make or break prospects, and I see Johnny Football as having plenty of those in regards to a possible future with tSaint's.