A 10 game sample size is enough to convince you? Take away an elite O-line, elite running game, elite defense, and see where he stands. The point is he is only asked to not lose games, not put a team on his back. He has yet to prove he can be a consistent pocket passer, or proven the ability to manage a pro style offense, or proven the ability to be an elite signal caller, or proven the ability to read defenses. At this point in his career he is a glorified game manager. He runs a one read option offense, and that is is. He has elite athleticism, but aside from that, I don't see any of the hype as justified.