First, I was halfway joking (hence the LOL and the smiley). I say halfway because Gase was adamant that Luke Falk was the best QB in the draft. And if that's my "baseline" for the equation, then it doesn't matter he was taken in the 6th round by another team, because that's not how he was valued in Miami. I read a story decades ago where a woman found a valuable painting in a flea market for just a couple of dollars. I want to say it was a Picasso...but this was the 90's and my memory isn't that great for random things. Anyway, she made millions of dollars because the swap meet didn't know what they had. And if we factored out that equation, the $2 price tag (or whatever it was) wouldn't belong in the formula at all. So I'm really hoping Gase spotted a Picasso...that's all I meant. I'm not expecting Luke Falk to be the next Marino, but that doesn't mean he can't be based on his draft grade by a team that cut him after a few months. I know the probability isn't high but at the same time, it's exactly as high as any rookie QB. Heck, Josh Rosen was taken 10th overall and he's about to be in the same position as Falk- do we say his probability for success is also zero?