Originally Posted by WolverineFan
True. At the same time, even if you get the OL fixed, you aren't going all the way unless you have the QB.
We've seen teams with great QB's succeed despite poor OL play. We've seen teams with great OL's succeed despite poor QB play, but the ceiling is always lower. Quarterback is, by far, the most important position for every franchise. OL or not, we have to find that guy or it's all for naught.
But what if there are no Great QBs in the draft? Do you spend 1-1 on a QB which is about the same as the next 8 QBs when you can probably get a similar QB with pick 33? I know there are two schools of thought on Teddy's ceiling, but I haven't heard anybody say he makes it to the elite level like last year and next year.