The Titans depth chart at QB is pretty much non-existent at this point. There are numerous ways to go about fixing this I suppose, but in acknowledging that no obvious franchise type QB will be on the team's roster in 2011, how do the Titans approach the position going forward? I see various Andrew Luck posts, but I refuse to believe that the Titans will be in a position to draft Luck in 2012... unless his stock falls as it did with Jake Locker. Not at all relevant... Luck's father backed-up Warren Moon early in his career in Houston. I remember seeing a fan at the Astrodome holding a sign that read "Shoot the Moon! Win with Luck!". Even HOF'ers have their "haters". Anyways... I've always been a big believer in competition. I always thought it was something lacking in Fish's treatment of VY. Even when a team has a legit blue-chip prospect at the QB position... make them win the job for f*** sakes... don't have them compete with a guy who's clearly signed to be a back-up (KFC). A job truly earned is a job appreciated... a job that's gifted is one that's apt to be taken for granted. This season, I think the Titans might be best served to avoid the temptation for a "blue chip" prospect in the first round and instead opt for a open competition to between some perceived lesser QB's. Is it realistic to suggest a trio of Mark Bulger, Matt Flynn and a 2nd tier rookie such as Ponder? I think this would offer up some good competition in August. It's not unreasonable to believe that in the short term one of either Flynn or Bulger would rise to the occasion and fill this season's need at the position and both Ponder and Flynn offer up some potential long term. The thing I like about this scenario is that it leaves the club free to choose a defensive play maker in the first round and avoids them putting their future in the hands of whichever QB they'd take at #8 overall.