Originally Posted by awtysst
I think the idea is that Hasselback hangs around for a year and teaches Sanchez. Then next year Snachez is the starter. Its not a bad idea, if you think Sanchez is a quality QB.
I don't and think there are MUCH better QBs in next year's draft(McCoy, Bradford, Snead, maybe Tebow, Hiller, Robinson, etc)
Pretty much sums it up but it will be interesting to see how Hasselbeck's remaining career plays out. I could see him leaving after a year but if he is healthy and productive this season it will be a tough call on their part. Two years as a backup wouldn't be the end of the world for Sanchez (see Aaron Rodgers) and its not like Hasselbeck is Farve as far as health. Sanchez will get some starts before he officially becomes the starter there. Heck, if Hasselbeck's health goes south early thats a pretty good insurance policy. Starting to get the feeling that the top 4 picks, barring trades, are going to go QB, OT, OT, QB.