I stumbled across this highlight video of Dennis Dixon on YouTube, and I was pretty impressed. It's a nice long video, so it's not just his top 5 plays or anything. If you watch Dixon, he's not primarily making plays with his feet and arm; he's executing the offense, and for the most part he's working within the game plan to find open receivers and make sound decisions. Most of the plays are remarkably un-impressive (other than in their result), much like watching Tom Brady drive up and down the field, taking what the defense gives and throwing only to open receivers. His other years in school were characterized by him making the plays himself, which led to a lot of inconsistency, but this video shows that he has matured a lot as a QB. At the very least, watching it made me think he could be a viable backup.