Alldaway 2.0

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Trask would actually be fine in a play action offense. You can hide his flaws in that type of an offense.

But most NFL teams have moved onto other concepts. Trask can do the new concepts that are in the NFL as he did at the collegiate level. However, what is the difference is that NFL defenses are much faster and too sophisticated to fall for such plays.

Trask becoming a precision pocket passer is a huge longshot given his multittude of short comings.

Trask is just a gamble to see if they can turn essentially a third round pick into a serviceable #2/borderline starter on the cheap.

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