Well I like that he's athletic, accurate, very good mechanics, experience in a pro style offense, and seems to have a winning intangible. I can't help that the team around him was really bad. In hindsight he probably should have gone to a better team. I don't see why it needs to be the last 10 years. Matt Hasselbeck, Josh Freeman and Jay Cutler only had 1 season where they averaged over 60% completion percentage (61% or 63% in Freeman's case) out of their time in college, Brett Favre, Dan Marino, Joe Montana, and Jim Kelly never had a year over 60% completion. So we have 2 guys who had 1 year over 60% completion (by 1%) who have had success in the NFL and 4 hall of famers with 0 seasons in college with a completion percentage over 60% in college, plus you already gave me Vick. So what does a 60% completion percentage in college mean? Well JaMarcus Russell and his 67% completion percentage say they mean very little if anything.