Pocket presence is Gabbert’s biggest issue, which isn’t a big surprise considering the system he was in at Missouri.
"One of the toughest things for any quarterback is to stand in the heat of an NFL rush and know you are going to get hit, and stand in there and deliver," Koetter said. "I think that’s a very difficult thing. And I think that’s one of the biggest transitions that quarterbacks coming from the spread type system in college to a pocket system in the NFL, I think that is going to be one of a guy’s biggest adjustments."
— While Dirk Koetter is not wrong about Blaine Gabbert's biggest weakness ... really? And how was Chase Daniel's pocket presence again? Or, hell, Drew Brees'? It's a spread thing? Blaine Gabbert's biggest issue is pocket presence because Blaine Gabbert's biggest issue is pocket presence. Mizzou wasn't able to fix that, but Mizzou didn't cause that either.