What I've seen from Anderson is this:
- He has a helluva arm.
- He is impulsive in his choice of throws and is poor in his ability to read defensive coverages, particularly the positioning of safeties.
- He throws on average more than one interception per game and is especially prone to be intercepted on the road.
- He plays poorly early in games and seems often to be motivated by game pressure.
- He does not run much or run well.
- He lacks finesse; he seems to throw much too hard, inaccurately, and without "touch" to receivers and backs on shorter routes.
- He has excellent rapport with teammates, particularly the receivers.
- He is young.
- In theory, he overall fits well with the team's offensive strategy. In actuality, however, he is lacking in its execution.
Referring to the above and assuming for a moment that Anderson is either traded, signed away, or injured next season, what might we expect, point by point above, from Brady Quinn as a starter next year?