Can Cardale Jones Evolve into Bills’ QB of the Future?

April 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cardale Jones has a big frame, a big arm, a big brain, a big mouth and a big, fat College Football Playoff National Championship ring. That combination of traits alone should have meant he wasn't there for the Buffalo Bills to draft with the 139th overall pick.
But his meteoric rise to college football's peak was followed by a drop off the top of the depth chart, tumbling draft stock and a long wait for his name to be called in the 2016 NFL draft. But once he arrives in Buffalo and dons the Bills' royal blue, his draft status won't mean a thing. He'll be a professional quarterback, with pro-caliber tools in an offense that will let him show off.
But does Jones really have what it takes to be a starter in the NFL? Can he do what he failed to do during his encore performance at Ohio State, which is get better?
It's never been a question of talent. Listed by Rivals.com at 6'4", 217 pounds, the big-armed 3-star recruit played for Glenville High School in Cleveland, a traditi...

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