Not necessarily because the position is so much more. I want a QB who makes fast decisions under pressure, can manage the clock, can hit a five-yard slant in stride, can make the players around him play harder, is consistent, can make the right play change at the line, etc. I don't know if a Wonderlic test can tell scouts that. You can only get it by watching how he's handled himself at the college level. To me, that is Leinart's strength and makes up for some of his lack of arm strength and mobility.