I've seen this idea suggested here many times, that we try our hand at drafting multiple QB's and see what happens. Let us call this the Matt Flynn theory. Well I decided to go back in time and see who else tried doing this and its success. Since 1999, only 8 teams have gone this route in the draft. 1999 Bengals 1st round Akili Smith 52.8 career passer rating 7th round Scott Covington 64.6 2000 49er's 3rd round Giovanni Carmazzi 0.0 7th round Tim Rattay 81.9 2003 Texans 3rd round Dave Ragone 47.4 6th round Drew Henson 64.2 2004 Broncos 7th round Matt Mauck 53.9 7th round Bradlee Van Pelt 39.6 2008 Packers 2nd round Brian Brohm 26.0 7th round Matt Flynn 85.7 (traded away for fifth-round pick in 2014 & a conditional pick in 2015) 2010 Panthers 2nd round Jimmy Clausen 58.4 6th round Tony Pike 60.1 2012 Colts 1st round Andrew Luck 81.5 7th round Chandler Harnish 0.0 2012 Redskins 1st round Robert Griffin III 91.5 4th round Kirk Cousins 68.6 Since the good ol days of Steve McNair the Titans have drafted Kevin Daft 0.0, Vince Young 74.4, Rusty Smith 29.3, and Jake Locker 81.1, and also had Kerry Collins 73.8, and Matt Hasselbeck 82.1 take their try at quarterbacking the Titans. So with all this info here for you to chew on, what do you think about taking 2 QB's in the draft?