Ragone's bad. Others may hold out hope for him to be second-string material someday, but I don't. The most "real" (if you can call them that) reps he's going to get in 2004 (Lord willing!!) are in the preseason. He shouldn't look this poor.
Were the NFL not so desparately thin at QB these days, I'd say cut him and sign a free agent, but who would we sign? Banks is playing just as badly, but at least he proved he could win games last year. So we have to keep Ragone's tragic-comedy drive in the 4th quarter at Denver in perspective: there are some teams out there who have guys just as bad (maybe worse) at QB on their roster right now. (Anybody looked at the COLTS' QB depth chart lately? ACK!)
Pray for David Carr.