The debate is interesting, but in all likelihood there is not much choosing to do. The choice is going to be stay at #3 and draft a player, or trade down and draft a player. Either Young or Leinart will be gone when we pick. If a team trades up with the Texans (like the Jets), both could be gone when we pick, cuz you know the Saints are taking a QB. The only way we can pick between Leinart and Young is if Bush goes #1 and the Saints take Cutler at #2. Face it, to a certain degree, we're taking leftovers, not pick of the litter. To have that, you have to be able to pick first, which we're not. Cutler could impress enough to be taken at #3, I'm not ruling that out, but I still think it's kind of absurd. Taking him lower with additional picks is better. For those who love Cutler, the ideal would be to have the Texans trade out to a team who wants Leinart #1 overall. This almost forces the Saints to take Young (though they could go Cutler, but doubtful). Bush falls to us. We select him, then pull a San Diego, requiring the trading team to draft Cutler and offer up the farm on which their mama still lives. But I don't know if I actually had him that I'd give up Bush. Why, I'd never give up Bush! The player we get may be the best "leftovers" ever imagined, but will be seconds no matter how you look at it. Not much choice to it. Get used to the notion of taking whoever is there between Leinart and Young, and be pleasantly surprised if we somehow pull off the "coup de Reese" and get more than just the remaining player.