Respectfully, disagree. There's a long history of mediocre franchise guys that played for around a decade that weren't worth a number 1 pick.If he's a "franchise guy" he's worth the #1 overall pick.
I think he's shown a lot of promise. In a year where he's still learning this offense and how to play in the NFL, if his "bad game" against Belichick means he's responsible for 3 TDs, 400 yards, and we score 31 points, I'll take it.
Jay Cutler for example.