It seems like there is at least a 50% chance that drafting a qb with the first pick will end up as a bust, or mediocre player at best. And with Detroit making the pick, I think the chances escalate to about 99% chance of failure. I think we need to trade the pick and pick up some proven veterans. We have too many holes to fill anyways. 1. Develop the line first on both sides. 2. Then make the remaining defensive players top notch. 3. Then get a great running back. 4. Then get a great tight end. 5. Then get a great qb. 6. Then get the great wide receivers. Yes, it would be a long time, but this would be my plan. No sense in tying up alot of cap money on a player that has less than a 50% chance at succeeding. Plus it is foolish to draft a high qb because they are almost certain to lose for several years. And it is almost certain every year you can pick up an aged veteran qb that already has gone through the learning curve. That's why my #5 is so low. You can pick up the franchise qb later down the road with a lower draft pick if you do your homework. Then just work him in slowly over time. If #3 falls to us before #2, that's fine too. But if you can get that solid defense first, you can still go places with an inept offense. We were all reminded of that by the Bears a few years ago.