Yea, tough crowd. I get what you are saying and where you are trying to go here. Basically, there are differing circumstances and outside influences affecting all records and stats so impossible really to make and direct comparisons. Whats that leave you then? Just the "eye" test in actually personally seeing how each QB is performing, but that is subjective to each persons view as well.
I personally think all rookie (I hate that word; lets say 1st time NFL regular season starters) QB's are going to have up and downs thru the first season. Growing pains, as people call them, are inevitable and only go away thru time. Real time regular season game experience is the only way some of these lessons are going to be learned, even for those that spend several years on the sidelines.
All in all, here is what I have seen in limited non professional viewing of each of those "Rookie" QB's.
RG3: has looked the best but they are gameplanning to his skills which may or may not affect his "NFL pro QB" learning curve down the road. Personally, I think it may prolong the pain in the long run.
Luck: Has looked alright, some ups and downs but remember he took over the "Suck for Luck" team from last year...do you really think they completely rebuilt that team during the offseason.
Tannehil: Has had his ups and downs as well but as mentioned prior it is Miami; if anybody can ruin a QB, they can.
Weeden: I have not seen him a ton but he really does not look good to me...could it be a tougher schedule of teams, IDK.
RW: I have liked a lot of what I seen but he has struggled as well at times. Is this partly due to the coaching, maybe, but he definately looks like a rookie w/ growing pains. I think he will definately improve as the season progresses but we the fans are going to be in for a bumpy ride as he learns by fire.
I personally don't think the ride would be any smoother w/ MF starting and we would be having the same types of "pains." I also think if we waited and started RW next year as some have voiced, we would just be postponing those inevitable growing pains. So, in the end, all we can really do is sit back, bite our knuckles, and yell our heads off in support.
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