2 of these 3 guys can make an immediate difference with a good fit. Obviously McNabb won't be around too much longer, so he would be in the Favre category where he'd need to be on a team that can win now if not for their current QB roster like the Vikings (Rosenfels, Jackson ain't winnin a Super Bowl). Vick is nothing but a liability for a team that relies on him to be their every down QB. He could work on a team like the Steelers or Patriots that have a structure and don't have a 'need' for him. Now to the QB I think could offer the Titans a very interesting future; Kevin Kolb. He has been compared to Aaron Rodgers who in only his 2nd season I believe led one of the most potent offenses in the league; with a nonexistent running game. I know this view is unpopular with those who are sold on Vince. But, for the realists who are aware of Super Bowl history and the type of QB it takes to win in the post-season, this is an opportunity for a team to scoop up a young talent that can lead a team for the next decade. IF we are sold on Vince, then I'd settle for bringing McNabb in and cutting Collins. McNabb can win the big games unlike Collins or Vince, but unfortunately has limited time to do so. Wow, the thought of either McNabb or Kolb paired up with CJ for the next 2-3 seasons (or longer) gives me chills. Imagine what CJ can do with a QB that can actually stretch the field and provide a legitimate passing attack.