I don't see how Boller is relevant. Brian Billiack really tries to drive home the Boller comparison, and although they have similar combine numbers I think they're very different QBs. For one Boller played in the same QB friendly system for 4 years yet his comp% was 6.1 % points lower then Locker who played in Ty Willingham's highschool option offense for his first 2 years. I also think Billick is doing a bit of blameshifting when he talks about Boller's struggles/failure. By blame shifting I mean passing the blame for his own inability to put more talent around him and coach/develop him as a QB. Also, not trying to nit-pick but I didn't say most: For example I think Terrelle Pryor has accuracy issues and its evident in any game you watch. Right, that's similar to the way most coaches chart a game. What I'm saying is that even using that method its not an accurate assessment to isolate a few plays from the total and use only those to make a judgement. You can always point out a handful of bad throws from any QB in any game. And if you isolated on only those throws to make a judgement as opposed to making a judgement based on those throws in relation to the total throws then I believe you get a skewed assessment. Which was one the main things I like about Locker. I don't think I've ever posted my full assessment of Locker. But, I'll post them next. I'm still in semi-shock that Locker isn't gonna be wearing the Burgundy and Gold. Although I know he won't get it he deserves the benefit of the doubt to start off with a clean slate without the carry over draft misconceptions.