We had a QB who had the ability to take over a game back in the day. My opinion is that one player can only do so much without help. If it doesn't matter how talented the team is Trent Dilfer, Brad Johnson, and the corpse of Broncos Peyton Manning would not have won a SB.
Erm he already started doing that last year, did you watch Cards, KC, Pats, Chargers, Bengals games ? Now he has a little more talent, still no top level running back and a very young line though who need to get better.
Tua will not take over games. Tua needs to own the game, from play to play, from game to game, from season to season. Efficiency and consistency. And translate that to good scoring, 25-30 points per game. Just like Brady.
The kid is going to be fine. Playing that first year when he really wasn't supposed to, imo, will do him a world of good coming into his second year. In some ways, I'm happy he didn't have an unbelievable level of success. The reason for it sets up a trajectory like his first go at Dilfer's Elite 12 camp where apparently he wasn't crazy good. So what did he do? Go home, with his Dad's help, and others worked his butt off and came back to that camp an absolute animal...That's the way the story is told.
Thus taking that as the model, i know he's working his butt off after what happened year 1, and i fully expect him along with the added weapons to be a much improved Qb.