By every shred of conventional thinking, Geno Smith historically hasn’t been a very good NFL quarterback, and he has been stratospheres away from being considered an elite one.
In a sport obsessed with identifying and acquiring top-shelf passers, football decision makers repeatedly concluded that Smith wasn’t one. Any team could have signed him for relative pennies one of the half dozen times he became a free agent.
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