ESPN Analyst Ron Jaworski is one of the most respected breakdown commentators on television.
His breakdowns are insightful and informative that gives viewers a solid perspective on player evaluations.
Jaworski rated all 32 starting quarterbacks in the NFL and Oakland Raiders QB Matt Flynn won the prize for taking up the rear.
According to Bill Williamson of ESPN, Jaworski thinks of Flynn as a poor man’s Chad Pennington.
However, arm strength is the only variable, if it was Joe Montana would have been playing arena football instead of winning Super Bowls.
‘Flynn is 28 and he has started just two NFL games. His arm strength has been questioned. I don’t expect Flynn to light the NFL on fire. I do think the Raiders can get by with him for the short term and since he wasn’t overly expensive, it’s not a terribly risky venture.’
“The more throws I watched, the more his arm strength limitations were evident,” “The fade, as you see here, is not ...