Billick: 'Until someone wins a Super Bowl outside the pocket, I don't believe that the running QB will survive in the NFL'

Brian talks with John & Hugh about winning a Super Bowl, and the evolution of the QB

The Morning Show w/ John & Hugh
January 30, 2019 - 10:37 am

The emotions of winning a Super Bowl aren't shared by many, and Brian Billick is one of the few that have experienced the feeling.

Billick joined The Morning Show with John & Hugh from Radio Row at Super Bowl 53 to talk about what winning a Super Bowl is like.

For Billick, the game was pretty much sealed for most of the fourth quarter, so unlike most Super Bowl winners, he got to relish in the moment for a bit.

Hugh then asks Brian about the "running Quarterback" and how much of a chance that Kyler Murray has to make it in the NFL.

Billick brings up players like Lamar Jackson and DeShaun Watson, and how much more successful they could be if they'd reduce the amount of planned running plays in each game. Essentially, if you want a successful "out of the pocket" scheme you need two of these guys because one of them is going to stay hurt.