This question has been troubling me ever since the draft talk started up last year. As a fellow Houstonian that attended Vanderbilt, I have been a huge Jay Cutler fan. So, as I watched through my Vanderbilt lens, I never quite saw Vince Young as the player that all of the UT fans did. Don't get me wrong, I think the guys is a great college quarterback, but it was difficult for me not to see that given Vince's surrounding talent, Jay could have done all of that too. So, this leads me to my question. Is it impossible for us to be purely objective about his Vince Young's talents? The truth is, we're all biased in some way, but I'd like to hear good objective arguments as to why you think he is either good or not good as a pro-prospect. Please don't say, "He is the best freakin' QB ever, and will always be a winner while David Carr is a loser." (that's not being objective). Me, I personally think that Vince Young will be a solid pro, but no better. I don't think he'll be any better than Ben Roethlesberger, a QB that makes very little mistakes and puts your team in a good position to win. It think his time at UT showed that he is capable of making good decisions, primarily because his running ability allows him freedom to not force the ball when throwing. But, I have yet to see him throw into really tight coverage (that's not to say that he isn't accurate, but he is not Peyton Manning). So, whereas everyone else says that the sky is the limit with him, I am not so sure. I think he'll be a middle of the road QB that leads his team to some playoff wins. I do not sweat the decision to pass Vince Young over, because I like that we are giving David Carr a chance (I also see David Carr as being a rookie). I'm not sure if David will ever make it, but I think it was a wise decision to give him a shot. I have a feeling that I am going to be blasted for this post, but I like the dialogue. And, if it bothers you all that much then I will give you my completely biased subjective opinion, which is that Jay Cutler and David Carr are better than Vince Young. (I just thought I'd give my subjective comeback to any subjective posts).