Kinda like Tebow when he starts, when he is out there he'll be a better fantasy QB than real QB. Great mobility in and out of the pocket - will tuck it and run, good pocket awareness, reads the field well, live arm, good long ball - everything you need to have a good matchup play QB. He won't accumulate the rushing totals of Tebow, but he'll do some and his work through the air will bridge the difference. He's not a primary target of mine as a backup QB, but he's on the list, and in my crazy 6 team league in which we can start 4 QB's I am going for him. If I roster a 3rd QB as I have done before it will probably be him.
Long term, problem is his accuracy, it's dreadful, and it may not be repairable. Bigger problem - his mechanics are fine, but his throws are erractic. Everything else is good enough that he'll get some rope once he's given the job, but I'm not betting on him becoming the franchise QB for the next decade. Yearly leagues? I'll be looking at taking the gamble as long as the price is right. This year qualifies.
i don't know if i would consider him a gunslinger but i do see him taking a ton of chances that he probably shouldn't just because he doesn't have the control you'd like to see. i kind of see a bret favre type without the upside.
i'm not a fan. whoever has him on their roster is probably going to be frustrated a lot...esp. this year because you'll be waiting every week for him to get the start over hass and you'll be burning a much needed roster spot while you wait. when he gets on the field i would pretty much expect (at best?) a 1:1, TD:INT ratio.
The whole passing game is a bit volatile right now. Thankfully Kendall Wright finally inked, but he's still very green when it comes to sophisticated passing offenses. I think his role will be limited this year, but there's big play potential whenever he's on the field. Jared Cook always flirts with potential then seems to not come out of his shell until the end of the season. Obviously Kenny Britt has health and dumb rump issues. The only mark of stability is Nate Washington, which will help.
In the end, there's too many questions for me to feel good about him the first few weeks but as it comes together I think this passing offense could really develop as the season goes on. Enough so that I'd consider selling my #1 QB to fix holes elsewhere and plug Locker in, that'd be his role on my team, but I won't be attached if something sinier pops up on waivers or enough gems fall in the draft causing me not to draft him.