I really don't understand the persistent homerism here for Vince Young. I do not love KFC but he's more than adequate as a Mr good enough for now.Comparing his stats to Youngs over their last how many games is bizarre. The last time we saw a decent game out of Young was against a very poor Chiefs team in wk15 last year. All season he was very inconsistent & struggled as a running QB trying to play like a pocket passer. His hamstring injury was blamed but there were many times late in the season when he frustrated us by holding on to the ball when there were running opportunities available to him. The Colts gifted us a wk17 game in which Young is credited with starting but it was Collins who came in at the end & won the game. When Collins is throwing the ball I don't have to take immodium like I did when Vince was dropping back to pass.I see a huge difference in their play & sadly I know we were winning in spite of Young last season not because of him. As much as anyone I'd love to see the 2006 Vince Young back on the field & improving as a passer. Yet it's impossible to ignore what happened in San Diego in the play offs & at home in wk 1 this year. I would rather see him never play another down in football than see a young man fall apart mentally in the public spotlight again.His millions are no consolation to him when he is in the middle of a depression & anxiety attack. A person with such issues does not need to be in the spotlight if he is to get well & recover. I do find it odd that he seems to be alone on the sidelines & away from where we percieve he should be.Considering what he went through though,maybe Fisher & the team are helping him the best way they can. The fact that he's there & included in some way says that they haven't given up on him & I like that. I think the best thing for him is to see out the rest of this year away from the spotlight & see what happens in next years training camp. Comparing their stats clouds the bigger picture.For me,Kerry Collins & Chris Simms playing are in the best interests of both the team & Vince Young right now.