I've got no problem with drafting a QB if he represents a significant upgrade and is the best player available when your draft turn comes. What I'm absolutely, 100% opposed to is drafting "best QB available" simply because you think you need to roll the dice and grab a QB. That's silly. That's how you end up with Christian Ponder or Jake Locker on your team -- overdrafting a dude to appease a vocal portion of the fanbase that wants a new jersey or a new guy to pin their hope on.
Duh. Who's advocating doing that?
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