It's always about the QB. The Packers, Patriots, Saints, Giants, etc. are not relying on their RB to get them to the Super Bowl. They have found their franchise QB. Maybe if we had to go with a (average at best) 37+ yr. old QB in Hasselbeck, then yes, I could see the team having to rely on CJ to win every game that they could ( still wouldn't make the playoffs). But we don't have to go with him, we drafted Locker 8th overall, so we would have a franchise QB, so we could play offense the way it has to be played in today's NFL, and so we could compete with the successful teams in this league that realize that if you're going to get anywhere in today's NFL you need the right QB to do it. QB is no longer a position that teams can afford to settle for, if you have a mediocre QB, you more than likely have a mediocre team.