Podcast: Boom or Bust? The Anthony Richardson Debate
The Florida quarterback draws scathing reviews from our resident longtime personnel man. I love the upside. Let's discuss.
The right team with the right head coach and Patience, with a capital “P,” is what Anthony Richardson needs. There’s a needle to thread.
His ceiling may be extremely high, as explored.
But my podcast co-host? Longtime personnel man Jim Monos remembers giving Tim Tebow a seventh-round grade… and believes Tebow is better than Richardson. He did not have as much fun watching the tape.
It’s about time we disagreed.
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