I look at this years QBs much like I look at the 2011 draft (excluding Cam Newton who I had no idea about). I see a bunch of prospects that are the kind that I would hope my team would pass on and build the team instead. Don't take a QB just because you need one, especially if you don't have a great environment for him to succeed in!
Take the early Sanchez approach, have a great defense and great running game, then drop your QB in and give him a chance to succeed. Don't do to your new QB what Houston did to David Carr.
What I really like about this draft is the potential for very good back up QBs. My list, not necessarily in order is Zac Dysert, Jordan Rodgers, Tyler Wilson
Matt Scott, Sean Renfree and Colby Cameron. I think all of these guys have the ability to come in and keep the team going while your starting QB recovers from injury.
I just rewatched some Senior Bowl practice and loved what Dysert was doing. He wasn't in the Senior Bowl, but as I'm sure everyone knows, my favorite is Jordan Rodgers. I mean just watch the guy play on an overmatched team against Dan Quinn's Florida Gator Defense with Howard, Floyd and Elam on it. I see some Russell Wilson in this kid with his ability to create when a play breaks down. Granted he lacks experience, played some JUCO and only a year and a half at Purdue but I have absolute confidence that Jordan will be one of the best back ups in the league and with 2 or 3 years of exposure at the NFL level, would be able to start.
Like how I managed to squeeze Jordan Rodgers in to another post?
Oh, in case you haven't seen it, here's his game against Florida: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtiqnCF5a9s&feature=player_embedded