Nearly every starting QB in the NFL last season was better than Chad Henne. You're aiming very, very low with that statement. Matt Moore is not a franchise QB, evidenced by his 2010 season. He's a good backup, though, evidenced by this 2011 season. And, no. If we keep racking up meaningless wins, not only will we take ourselves out of range of anyone worth drafting, but we'll also lie to ourselves as you've done and say "We have Matt Moore, we can win with him, let's draft for need at another position." And the cycle continues. No, they should do what they did for the first seven weeks. They didn't lose for lack of effort. In future seasons, though, they will lose for lack of effort; lack of effort fixing the QB position—"We have Matt Moore, he's playing well, it's fixed"—and lack of effort fixing the obvious problem spots on this team because of meaningless wins racked up now. "Hey, they played great in this particular stretch of games!" Doesn't mean anything. I'm so tired of having this franchise and fanbase lie to itself. Do we really need to repeat 2005?