For this years draft I am not sold on Jay Cutler at #4. He is getting a considerable amount of hype and that is inflating his value. I believe the senior bowl exposed exactly where his talent value lands - right in the 2nd tier of QB's. I'd be more than content to pick up a 2nd day QB like Whitehurst or Croyle who I feel have the same talent level. The only way I consider a QB at #4 is if one of the top tier guys drops to us. Even then I'd think it would be in our best interest to trade down and pickup the best offensive player available. We have SO many holes it doesn't make sense to target any specific player. It hurts me to say that, as I feel Vince Young would be perfect for the Jets or any other team that has an anemic offense. The real crux of my point though - why sign a stop gap veteran QB? I feel that Bollinger showed an impressive amount of improvement as the season went on. Amidst all of the aging and injuries he consistantly got better from game to game. Although his numbers didn't steadily increase - anyone who watched the games saw him get more and more comfortable. He finished the season with a 72.9 QB rating and did it with an amount of talent comparable to what we will have next year(no Mawae, Fabini, a slowed Martin, no Chrebet, no Baker, etc.). I think we would be hard pressed to find a stop gap that would do any better. He could start most of the games next year, maybe all, depending on the development of the rookie we draft. I'm a big believer in a rookie QB holding a clipboard for a season. It will save us some cash to combat the huge cap penalties we will have after cleaning house. It will also relieve some of the pressure on the youngsters we will have on the the OLine as he does have enough mobility to escape the pocket. I am a believer in Bollinger. He ain't gonna be our saviour, but he can definitely do well enough to avoid having to pay some QB retread.