Exactly. IF, and it's a big if at this point, we sign Cutler we need to look at it as a stopgap situation. Not like he's the long-term solution. We definitely still need to draft someone. But signing a guy like Cutler would enable us to not have to panic and rush things (which is how we ended up with Locker IMO). If we don't like a guy in this year's draft or if the guy we like gets snatched up before we can get him, then we can wait til next year. We wouldn't feel like we absolutely HAD to get one in this year's draft. Honestly I can't think of a better scenario, if you're concerned with both short-term and long-term success. Bring in Cutler, develop a young guy behind him, and when the young guy is ready let there be an open competition or hand him the job or whatever.