A prediction is merely an unproven hypothesis. Since you've accomplished middle school, you should realize that a singular sample isn't enough to prove your unproven hypothesis.
I see a lot of middle school logic in this thread. That tells me something.
I also see many saying "after one game.........." That tells me something else.
The first comment tells me you are intellectual peons.
The second tells me that you did not watch him in college. He was the only qb in the draft that read defenses and coverages w/any sort of success.
He may--or may not--be a great qb, but your reasoning is illogical. I say he has what it takes to be successful. That is not a guarantee, it is called a prediction that was fueled by logic rather than ignorance or middle school-itis.
Reasoning is understanding a singular sample isn't enough to base a fact on.
Taking the necessary time needed to make a legitimate assessment is the epitome of logic, something your "argument" lacks.
Don't belittle others for their logic when your own is complete horseshit.