Nobody knows how these QB’s will turn out – NOBODY Dan Leberfeld

Nobody knows how ANY of the 2016 draft pick quarterbacks are going to pan out.

Whether it’s TV analysts, writers, football fans – NOBODY.

So spare me the Christian Hackenberg melodrama, all this talk about this pick being a seminal moment for Mike Maccagnan.

For goodness sake, Hackenberg was a middle second-round pick. Let’s not make this into the first or second pick of the draft.

As far as I’m concerned, the Jets need to train the heck out of Hackenberg and Bryce Petty the next two years, and hope that one of them turns into a potential starter.

If not, you look for somebody else.

And just like Jared Goff, Carson Wentz, Paxton Lynch, Connor Cook, whoever you want to name, NOBODY knows what’s going to happen with any of them, including the best personnel guys.

Honestly, most draft pick quarterbacks end up flaming out. It’s just the nature of the position.

Playing quarterback in the NFL is so much harder than in college, that it’s impossible to discern who can make this difficult quantum leap.

So let’s stop making Maccagnan’s pick of a quarterback in the second round as a make-or-break moment for him.

That is ridiculous.