Look, good qb's come out of small/or non-powerhouse schools all the time, my point wasn't that Cutler would not be one of them. How would we know? What I AM saying is that people want to annoint him to this status right now, after 4 games that mean nothing (on top of a college career where he played for a team with one of the lowest W-L expectations in D-I b/c of the conference they play in, and thus he has always worked in the milieu of upsets and not winning seasons--I.E., EXPECTATIONS). And this is where I think the difference b/t Vince and Cutler will be--that when all the pressure's on, when the Broncos hand the reigns to him and EXPECT to go to the playoffs and have a winning season given the talent around him, that Vince has more of that "IT" than either Cutler or Leinart. But of course I don't know--just my best guess. That Vince is one of those guys who finds a way when it matters. What I'm saying is that the whole reason to draft Vince over the other two has nothing to do with preseason or practice field equivocation of form--the reason I wanted Vince is because I feel that he's the gamer of the three--it's coincidental that he has the upside and is a project. Now, who knows how it will all work out, but in a league where fans of good teams start hitting the panic button if they lose their opening game, you can't just write off how a qb will either rise to the top, tease but never deliver (Plummer), or sink to the bottom. Any of these 3 qb's can be great, but just call me after one has actually stepped into the water before you can expect me to agree with a foregone conclusion of who will sink and who will swim in it.