"This quarterback Weeden can drive the ball down field," Jones told KRLD-FM, via The Dallas Morning News. "He's a thing of beauty on throwing a football. His passing motion and his arm, frankly, you won't see a more gifted passer, power, accuracy, the entire aspect of it. If he can basically prepare, be the starting quarterback, come in and execute and keep his head right, then I feel good about Weeden."
"As (quarterback coach) Wade Wilson said, he's just not the same guy that we had last year," Jones said. "He's progressed that much. He said that before we had this issue with Tony. I think we all feel good about what we got."
Expecting anything more is overly optimistic -- even when you have a gifted passer like Brandon Weeden in your possession.