COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The benefits are obvious.
A mobile quarterback can turn a potential tackle for a loss into a big gain.
Elusiveness in the pocket can downgrade a sack allowed into merely a pressure on the stat sheet for an offensive lineman.
And extending a passing play can open up acres of space down the field for receivers as the pass coverage eventually wears down.
Having a dual-threat weapon taking the snaps, though, can come with one critical caveat -- a quarterback ...Read full story
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