Kizer showcased the arm that pundits love, but still showed the same question marks he had coming out of college.
DeShone Kizer threw for 222 yards, one touchdown and one interception while hitting on 20-of-30 attempts. He also had seven sacks which may be cause for concern, considering how the majority of those sacks were acquired. Kizer held on to the ball to long at times and locked his eyes on receivers, seemingly watching the play unfold instead of being an active participant. There was some positive signs on the day as DeShone showed the ability to scramble out of pressure and added a rushing touchdown near the goal line, but there is still a ton of work to be done by the raw rookie.
Kizer can be stashed in dynasty leagues as a flier with eyes on 2018 or later, but he is barely worth rostering in redraft leagues at the moment.