An analysis from the "world wide leader" on the traits which makes a good quaterback and where VY is in each trait.
Here's the bottomline:
"Young still has a lot of work to do to be a successful NFL quarterback. Right now, he's just a great athlete playing QB and is getting by on his physical gifts. But there is so much more to it than being the best athlete on the field. Yes, his delivery is odd, but if he were more accurate or had a better feel for the type of pass needed, that wouldn't be as big a deal. He needs to work harder on the mental side of the game, be able to make his reads, to see the whole field, to know where everyone is going to be before it happens. The game still seems fast to Young. Until he does all this, his great mobility will be less and less of a factor because teams won't let him use it. He needs to prove he can be a passer in the league; then, his mobility can become a great weapon once again. The tools are all there. It's up to Young if he wants to use them."