There is no Andrew Luck or RG3 in this years draft, in other words none are guaranteed to be great right out of the box, but why do they have to be great straight out of the box? Yes I know that the NFL is a win now business but even if we stuck a recently drafted QB in he probably wouldn't be very good and might develop along the lines of Mark Sanchez, probably leading us to extra wins over a probably hopeless season just taking us away from a Jadaveon Clowney. So how should we deal with a drafted QB? See Green Bay Packers. Yes I know we don't have a Brett Favre for our QB to be mentored under but we do have a Veteran who knows the West Coast Offense and an OC who know how to coach QB's, given the time our given QB can improve in his craft in an NFL environment, for example Mike Glennon could improve his accuracy or Matt Scott could develop and adapt to an NFL system. In other words, we have Dave Garrard (although we don't know how he is now) and we have Mark Sanchez who can't really get any worse (I hope). If the QB we draft is really that good than by all means start him, this is exactly what happened to the Seahawks, they planned to develop Wilson to take the Reins from Matt Flynn he just developed quicker than he thought. This is also what I would've done with Sanchez IF we never traded for Brett Favre and kept Chad Pennington, things might've been different now.