I hear you Finster, but I believe RT can be a pocket passer that can run to extend plays. Like Big Ben and dare I say Steve Young?
I also believe he could play more like Big Ben. They were even able to move Foles around with success.
I'm not disagreeing with the concept, but the truth is those guys are pocket QBs, A Rodgers is another great example, he has some wheels and is pretty nifty, but he really scares you from the pocket, Ben, Steve and Rodgers are gifted players at making something out of nothing but they're pocket QBs and are very efficient in the pocket, something Tanne hasn't gotten down just yet.
That's why I wonder if all these changes aren't going to actually hurt him in his learning stages, this is the first new offense he's learned and it's much more complicated as far as reads and timing, and reads and timing is an area where he has his lapses.
He does have the athleticism to be an elusive QB but has to become a better pocket QB to really reap the benefits of it because when you are dangerous from the pocket coverage tends to be deeper which helps open those areas, but if your not scaring the other team from the pocket the coverage is usually closer and there are less opportunities.
It really is kind of a tough position for a learning QB to be in, changing gears like this, not what you would call optimal, but he is a very hard worker, smart and coachable, so those are good things.