Ragone started a game last year and played a bit on one or two others. His vervousness in the pocket makes Carr look like a staute. Of course, his OL at Louisville may have been the worse major college line that I have ever see. he was not impressive in pre-season and there have not been any rumblings that he is ready to assume the back-up job that he was drafted for.
I may as well get this line of thought started also. Right now Ragone is the poster boy of what could be wrong with BPA drafting as he is the most obvious best player despite need player picked under the Casserly administration.