i disagree, wait till rd 8 or 9 for your qb, taking a cutler, eli late then taking big ben or whoever is just fine. id take a rb, rb , then take gates, then take vincent jackson, lots of good wr this year.
Here is how I fared. I waited one round too long for a QB as you will see. But my RB's and WR's are strong. I think I will be able to move a reserve RB for good serviceable QB with little problems. Here is how the draft went down:
4. Larry Johnson 21. Travis Henry 28. Terrell Owens 45. Cedric Benson (I had to derail to get him here) 52. Marques Colston 68. Isaac Bruce 75. Alge Crumpler 92. LaDell Betts 99. Chad Pennington (best available, I promise) 116. Muhsin Muhammed 123. Joe Horn 140. Jake Delhomme 147. Vikings D/ST 164. J. Kasay
I see how your worried about your QB but realize most people after the draft figure they have the best team and won't trade fair at all at present time.
You need to wait awile and let them lose a couple of games cause their RBs suck etc. then they will be ready to trade.
For right now just look for a good match-up at QB for wk. one, I don't like Chad's match-up in wk. one at all, New England is one bad ass D.
Now I'll give you a example of a good match-up for a QB
ANY ONE PLAYING THE LIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!
As a long suffering Lion's fan I can safely tell you our secondary sucks, we traded Dre Bly our best CB for Tatum Bell and Bullock our starting Safety tore his ACL last wk. and is out for the yr. We prob. will make Dante Culpepper look like he's a fantasy stud again in wk one (he's not IMO)
Anways he might not be a bad play in wk one.
First the Shock, then the Pistons can the Lions be next?
Well maybe next yr.
PS I didn't lose a paper bag challenge but somehow as a Lion's fan it just feels right.