ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski not much of a fan of Cardinals QB Max Hall

Seems that ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski isn’t much of a fan of the direction of the Cardinals, and said as much Thursday on the Gambo and Ash Show on Sports 620 KTAR,

The former Eagles QB, who played in the Super Bowl in a losing effort against Oakland, says that current Cards QB Max Hall doesn’t have the skills it takes to be a NFL quarterback.

“The one thing we’ve heard about Max is the moxy and the leadership,” Jaworski said. “Those are all wonderful attributes for a quarterback but the attributes you have to have week in week out to be successful over a long period of time is the ability to throw the football accurately and with velocity. When I look at the tape I don’t see either of those.

“I don’t see the ball going down the field. You see the bubble screen, the bootleg thrown in the flat and nothing down the field. You just don’t see a skill set that projects to be a consistent NFL quarterback. Things don’t look good when you’re on the field with Max Hall. It’s that simple. I’m sure he’s a wonderful guy giving everything he’s got but the skill set just isn’t there.”

Jaworski dosen’t seem to think long term that Hall is going to be anything more than a project.

“If you do think you can develop Max Hall that’s wonderful. It’s going to be a project at best,” the analyst said. “If that’s the way the coaches feel that’s great for them but it’s not great for the rest of the football team. The players want to win now. You have the NFC West which is wide open. When I look at the skill set, Derek Anderson gives you the best chance to win right now.”

Hall may not have a fan in Jaworski, but it sure would be nice to see him shut the ESPN NFL analyst up and prove him wrong with a good showing, starting Sunday vs Tampa Bay.

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