Do you think Cardale Jones - is well fitted in the NFL?
He started 3 games as 3rd string at OSU.
Three great games, but it's a small body of work. He's big and has a strong arm, but you need a lot more than that to play in the nfl. I thought it was amusing to hear comments that he was talking about the nfl.
He looks like it from what we have seen. He has the size and skill set, but he is surround by an enormous amount of talent. Elliot rushed for over 200 yards in all three games that Jones started. As you probably know their have been plenty of guys with the size and skills that can't transition to the next level. Football intelligence and work ethic are jsut a few of the major factors.
I think if Cardale hadn't performed as he did over the past three games, there wouldn't be the interest in the topic. That said, I agree he needs more game seasoning before he'll be ready for the NFL. Besides, he said he wants to complete his degree requirements (next year). But, it's an interesting and unexpected situation in which he's found himself.
Of course he is fitted for the NFL. He has the body and the arm strength to be a NFL quarterback but I think he needs to play more snaps in college. But how man third string quarterbacks can play like he did in those three games.
It is hard to say with only 3 games played, even though he played very well. I also do not know if he will be the starting quarterback for Ohio State. He needs more playing time before we can say he is fit for the NFL.
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