Do you understand what this sentence means?
You are sitting here saying he’s not a finished product.
When we say, he needs to be a better passer, that means we don’t think he’s a finished product either.
You are literally arguing against a statement you made yourself.
So, if you also think he needs to improve, why are you crying about this?
I doubt you'll find a single NFL player who considers themselves a finished product.
You always try to improve at everything every year. Frankly, I don't think it's important whether Lamar is currently the best passer, a top 10 passer, or a top 15 passer in the league. He's a top 5 quarterback, and he has done the thing that allows rookies to turn into successful veterans - work his ass off and improve.
SO many talented rookies (QBs and otherwise) have failed at this. They can't read a defense, they can't make the throws, they can't improve their accuracy, they can't get comfortable in the pocket...you name it. Maybe it's because their physical talent runs out at the highest level of competition, or maybe it's mental or attitudinal - the case differs from man to man.
Lamar met the struggles EVERYONE knew he'd have as a rookie, and he overcame them through accountability and ridiculous work ethic. That's the sign of a great player, and one who will be great for a long time. Look at the list of failed or struggling 1st round QBs over the last 5 years:
They just never got better. They couldn't make the leap.
So, obviously, no, at 22 years old in his 2nd full season, he likely isn't the best pocket passer in the league. Neither was Manning or Brees or Rodgers or Brady. Stop holding him to an impossible standard. He has been every bit as good a QB, however, as any of those guys, and possibly better.
What more do you want?