One school of thought is that 1st and 2nd round picks should demonstrate capability to make immediate contribution to the team their rookie year. Why would Philly draft a high profile QB when (except for injury replacement) that guy will most likely not take a first string snap for 5 years? Are the Eagles re-thinking the traditional QB role and would they have in essence two QBs in the backfield in certain down and distance situations? My good friend Joe says "Love the athlete, hate the pick". Eagles have multiple defensive gaps to fill and speculation is they will address that through trades (Alshon Jeffrey, although he carries a lot of dead money). Paul, I remember the WEEI days "Let's go to Tony in Revere". There's no Red Sox to whine about full time so you've got your imploding Patriots getting everyone's attention. No wonder everyone is distracted: we should be deep into hockey playoffs, watching the Phils stink it up, and drinking gin and tonics. When do 202 NFL schedules come out?