Originally Posted by HotCarl
But there are a few fallacies there.
As I stated before, we can't really judge that plan when we've done such an awful job of even executing what we'd say we were trying to do.
There's also the fallacies that (a) we have to get a QB this year, in the first round, or we're doomed to decades more failure and (b) we have to get one this year at all. We could, regrettably if we must, build and get one another time.
It's better, IMO, to wait for a QB class that isn't the worst in 10 or more years, than to pick someone a round too high just to satisfy panic/reaction. JMO
Did you just form this opinion? Cause I swear it's the same one we've heard since 1990.
But yes, it has to be the right QB, of course. It's been shown that the first round is the best place or the most favorable place to get the right QB, because said Qb is more talented. Obviously, there are anomalies to the rule, but they are few and far between.