Question is, how much of the rest of the sample is similar? It seems like he is very capable of running a short pass, ball control style offense, but if you have a line that is absolutely penalty happy and continuously turns second and six going to be third and two into second and sixteen that kind of offense cannot function. So is it his fault that he ends up in an offense he isn't effective with trying to come from behind the chains? I mean, those guys were holding for no reason whatever all over the place. Quick hitter pass to the flat, ball is out in a second and a half, edge rusher couldn't get to the QB if you just let him go...and the guy tackles him to the ground. Running play, guy who is not at the point of attack has a perfectly good block and the back is gone...and he tackles his man to the ground. I think Bears fans should think long and hard about whether they really want to let a top draft pick quarterback go down the road as a bust, because if someone puts that guy behind a line that plays with some discipline he might come back down the road with a steamroller and run over the Bears.