Originally Posted by Rabb
I cannot remember who but I remember a few years ago some GM basically said, you should draft a QB every year regardless. They are just a commodity whether you need them or not.
Is the GM still employed?
Actually, what I have heard going back many years is that you should draft a potential franchise QB
every time the opportunity presents itself, regardless of whether or not you need one, which is quite a bit different than drafting a QB every year and hope you got another Tom Brady.
I would probably agree with that philosophy, but herein lies the rub--how do you know they are a potential franchise QB, especially for picks after the first 20 or so? You don't, so the so-called rule of thumb is "easier said than done."