Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
Developing, nurturing and bringing along one rookie QB is difficult.
Attempting to do that with two rookie QB's, especially when there are number of holes to fill throughout the roster, is irresponsible and IMO, would not end well.
I agree. I understand why some people want to draft two guys, but if your #1 struggles at all(which most do) then its creating a circus. I would be more comfortable taking a guy a few rounds later or not at all.
Even if you have a smart coach and GM, giving them two top 30 overall players that fight for an all or nothing position is pretty difficult to handle. The only way would be to say the #1 overall pick is the starting QB no matter what and then a few years down the line switch if it wasn't working. I just don't really like it.