OK. We'll agree to disagree. I feel every high profile quarterback, black or white, gets the benefit of the doubt. I feel if Vick were white, but was still a $100 million qb, people wouldn't write him off because he's expected to be the franchise guy (look at Fitzpatrick). If Chad Henne were black, he'd still be on the bench and no one would be calling for him to get any snaps.
Sam Bradford has been mediocre at best the last couple seasons, but he was a #1 pick, so no one in St. Louis is thinking about replacing him any time soon (even though they could've had Griffin). With the right talent, they feel he'll become a star. It's the same with every designated franchise qb, whether he's black or white.