I see. You're happy with 1st loser. I'm wanting to build a championship team. Last few years they've been solid teams with a "just add QB" build model.
But your way is good too, at least the Texans will get past the Divisional round.
Now if you want to talk about QBs that had won a SB in the last twenty years; I'm game.
Forget Brady; not too many people on this board knew about him back then on draft day.
Personally, I was completely out of the loop.
I vaguely knew about Rivers and Eli; I didn't think it makes much different which guy you draft.
I'm pretty sure you liked Rivers (you had said so a few times).
I'm sure you'd say if Rivers were on those Giants' teams; he would have won the SB team to.
And there were the obvious like Peyton and Luck.
And the ones I didn't know about, like Big Ben or Rodgers; I didn't even watch a single game in their college career.
(I was out of the loop, like I had said).
But the guys that I had watched and said that I would draft include guys that were not high on the totem pole.
Brees; I didn't watch hardly in college, but I watched him in SD, and I thought he's a guy I would want.
Flacco, Russell Wilson, Stafford, Mahomes were all the guys I said I would draft.
This was why I had said that I would put my record in drafting QBs against anybody.
As a GM and/or a HC, most often you're not going to have the chance to draft the QB that you really like.
You can only hope to find a guy that you can build a team around to win the big one.