... are there enough to go around? QB is a pressing need for many of the teams that will be at the top of the draft (hopefully) ahead of the Bills. Washington, Carolina, Seattle, St. Louis, Cleveland, Tennessee, and Oakland all have worse records than the Bills and all have QB as a need position right now. And while I understand that this, if everybody declares early who is expected to, is a QB-heavy draft, it's quite possible that we end up missing out on all or most of the top prospects.
I know many of you are hoping that the Bills end up drafting Tim Tebow, and, while I'm not opposed to that, I still think we need to manage our expectations on that front. He's going to be a project and will require a pretty long apprenticeship. He plays in an offense that is not conducive to production in the NFL and would have to change how he plays the position. And to those Trent haters who want Tebow, if we draft him early, it probably means we're stuck with Trent or another career backup for a year or two before Tebow would be ready to play.
I know it's still early to start talking about the draft, but I think, with all the QB's going early, we'd still be able to get a greater value with another pick. There isn't much OT help at the front of the draft, but with all the DT's, LB's and players like Bryant at the top, we might be better off going in another direction for at least a year.