Reporter John Keim frequently asks penetrating questions to players, coaches and experts, and elicits highly insightful responses. Case in point, Keim interviewed '02 NFL MVP, 4-time Pro Bowler, mobile QB Rich Gannon, who after ACL surgery ran for 500 yards (2000 season.)
Here's one of many pearls from the interview/ article:
Gannon: "[Robert and the Skins will] look at the sack reel. [They'll] look at that and then put together a reel where he got a bad hit. [They'll] talk about these. [For example] one year we had 13 interceptions, and it took us two hours to go through the interceptions. We’d talk about each play. They’ll say, “Robert, what happened [on this hit] here? What was the situation in the game? What was the down and distance?” So he gets a thorough understanding of why these [hits] are happening. You put together a reel of other quarterbacks, Michael Vick, Russell Wilson. How is he [Wilson] not taking those shots? That’s the one thing about Russell; he’s been slippery."
The entire article is well worth reading, as Keim asks a series of pertinent questions and MVP Gannon provides his expert insight into RG3's footwork, reads, durability, strengths, weaknesses and post-recovery changes.