BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — He may not be the safest bet, but Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones could provide the biggest upside among the 2016 quarterback crop.
The Bills don’t have a QB signed through next season, so they’ll be on the hunt for a signal-caller. If they don’t want to use an early-round pick, Jones could be the answer.
“I don’t think I get enough credit for how cerebral I am as a quarterback,” Jones said.
At 6’5, 250 lbs., Jones is a freight train of a quarterback. His accuracy and decision-making skills have been questioned, but his physical nature and dedication on the field are hard to match among his QB peers.
I have to lower my shoulder in the National Championship game or in the Super Bowl to get more yardage, I’ll do it.”