Because it's all about perspective. When you compare their play (LSU) against pro-prospects, it is horrible. But you are right, should've been more specific. Gabbert is afraid of the rush. He'll never be good. I don't know how evaluators didn't see it. He is afraid to get hit, he never sets his foot when facing pressure. He has that Rob Johnson attitude. Gabbert would be a great flag football QB. I don't like gimmick offenses but Cam Newton is proving that not all gimmick QBs will fail in the NFL. But it's that much harder to tell if a gimmick QB can be successful because they don't go through progressions. A lot of times teams just gamble on one, because he has arm strenght/mobility/etc... A lot of those coaches are too cocky, they think they can teach the guy how to play in their system.