It would seem logical that a guy having poor vision probably takes longer to get rid of the ball. Right? The top five guys in average time to attempt in the pocket are...
Wilson - 2.85 secs (5'11")
G. Smith - 2.79 (6'3")
Romo - 2.73 (6'2")
Luck - 2.72 (6'4")
Kaep - 2.68 (6'4")
Three runners, and two prototypical quarterbacks. So I guess Luck and Romo lack vision too? Other tall QBs hang around in the pocket about as long as Wilson. Could also be other variables at play, a case of poor route running by their receivers. Or... Four of those five above, Smith being the odd man out, rank in the top six in deep ball %, So that could be why they hang in the pocket so long.
Since Wilson stays in the pocket longer than anyone, it tells me he doesn't bail until the last second, when he has to. He knows he can use his legs, but doesn't make it his primary weapon. People often forget Luck is mobile too, but his legs aren't the primary weapon.
He gets extra credit, extra boost in my rankings for the year to come for having one, should be two rings. Yeah, he threw a pick to lose one, but I wouldn't let one single play define anybody. He's got that something you can't define, like Joe has, to come up big more often then not when the pressure is on, unlike Cam, Rivers, Ryan, and others, which is why I have him higher too.
All that said, I wouldn't have Wilson as high as #2 for 2015 had they not signed Jimmy Graham.