Wilson was a 3rd round pick who they drafted EVEN THOUGH they paid Matt Flynn like 8 mil. Keenum was signed to go along with Bradford who they traded a first for AND while they had former first rounder Teddy B recovering from injury Favre wasn't washed up when they took Rodgers, and they still drafted two Qb to ENSURE they had a viable one moving forward. Alex Smith has made the Chiefs a playoff viable team. All of these examples are of teams utilizing multiple resources to get the QB spot right. You know what happens if we signed Cousins and drafted Mason Rudolph in round 2? We probably end up with one of them being a pretty good QB over the next 5 years. And maybe Cousins only takes us to the playoffs...then we trade up in round 1 like the Chiefs for our Mahommes, and then trade Cousins away to a desperate team for a 3rd round pick. I would rather watch the Cardinals get beat in the playoffs with Cousins than wallow in mediocrity of the 6-10 record range. We can always make a big move to get a guy we really want later.