Looking over the rosters of teams I see 6 or 7 teams that are desparate for a QB: Jacksonville, Miami, Minnesota, Washington, Tennessee, SF, and of course the Cards. There are few others that I could see taking one later for development or if one of the big 4 drops into their laps in the 2nd: Cincinnati, Buffalo, Oakland, and Carolina. Thats at least 11 teams that need or could use a QB. There appears to be about 6 available that are serviceable through FA or trade: Young, Orton, Bulger, Smith, Kolb, McNabb and maybe a few other sleeper FA: Gradkowski, Hasselbeck, and Collins. I'm not sold on Kolb, McNabb, Bulger, Collins, or Young. Kolb is decent, but you never know if an Eagle QB is skilled or just puts up numbers because he's playing for Reid's offense, I'd probably be tempted for a 2nd, but certainly not a 1st. I'm not sold on McNabb for the same reason plus he's getting old and broken down. Bulger would be killed within a few weeks. Collins just doesn't have anything/is old. Young at this point in his career/life couldn't handle Whiz's handling. That leaves Orton, Smith, Gradkowski, and Hasselbeck. Of those, probably the best currently and with the most "upside" is Orton, but he'd also cost us a draft pick. In the draft we have Gabbert, Newton, Mallet as first rounders, and Locker, Ponder, and Dalton late first/2nd round guys. I think Gabbert probably has the least bust potential/highest ceiling combo. If the CBA is worked out prior to the draft I'd trade for Orton and draft Gabbert at #5. This would likely cost us our 1st (Gabbert) and 3rd (Orton) minimum, but could solve our QB problem for possibly 5 or 10 years with Orton, Gabbert, Skelton. Obviously nothing is certian, but I like the mix these three would offer us. 2nd round - Aaron Williams, CB, Texas - Before the UT meltdown this year that affected everyone from Mack Brown to the waterboys, he was mentioned in the same breath as Akamura and Peterson. This would allow us to move Toler over to Wilson's spot, and bring Wilson in to blitz in certain situations. 4th round - Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida 5th round - Ricky Elmore, OLB, Arizona Crapshoot but i'd draft the highest remaining TE, OT, and NT. In Free Agency, we'd have to address LT, OLB, ILB and starting TE. My choices would be: LT: Jared Gaither as long as his back checks out. Doug Free would be back up option but don't think we'll outbid Jerry Jones. OLB: Obviously the ideal choice would be Woodley, but does anyone really think that will happen. I'd be thrilled, but trying to be realistic. Tambi Hall or Kamerion Wimbley would be fine. ILB: The draft is pretty thin here unfortunately, Hayes may have to stick around as a backup this year, but if he starts, we may be susceptable against the run again. I'd try to bring in Harris, Posluzny, Tullock in that order. TE: Lots of decent options here, and since we can't develop one may as well grab one that the hard work is done already. Mercedes Lewis fits the bill here, second choice is Kevin Boss. Finally, I'd name Grimm offensive coordinator and bring in Bostad OL coach for Wisconsin to coach the line. Move Hadnot to center, and Brown to LG.