What is the plan? That's the million dollar question that none of us can answer isnt it? I'd hate to be the guy in the FO tasked with making it, but ultimately what I hope is that the GM, HC, & OC are all on the same page with 110% conviction that whoever they select is the guy. If they're wrong, they're wrong; it happens. It'll suck, no doubt, but for once I'd just like them all to be on the same damn page! What do I hope or think? I like Tua the more I watch him. That being said though, I'd be nervous about selecting him now given the injury history. My other concerns are the fact that Alabama a few weeks ago didn't seem to miss a beat without him. When he was hobbling out there against LSU though, that effort won me over a bit more. To play as well as he did, while clearly fighting through pain/injury was impressive to me. My biggest concern though is the team he plays on. Is he a product of his environment, or is he one of the reasons they're as good as they are? I think he helps, no doubt, but the amount of talent around him & the lack of talent he routinely faces is cause for concern. If you watch HIM though, I think you see the talent & fundamentals that make him a good prospect. My concern though would be what happens when he's not surrounded by elite players everywhere in comparison to the competition. It already feels as if his body is breaking down, so what happens when he's got a lesser OL & bigger, stronger, faster players on D hitting him and chasing him around? Afterall, this isn't a 1 or 2 year commitment were making here, this is hopefully 12+ years we're talking about. So, to me, that's important. I think Burrow has shown he deserves to be in the conversation right there with Tua. He looks like he's also got all the important traits you're looking for in a long term QB prospect as well. He's got alot of talent around him too, but I don't believe it to be anywhere near the level of that around Tua in Alabama. Fact of the matter to me is that the kid has simply shown that he's a winner & leader & has the skills and talent to go with it. That being said I really wouldn't be surprised if this team elects to not take either of them that early. I think that would be a mistake though, although that being said, I haven't really researched some of the "lesser" prospects than the premier two. I can see this team looking at filling as many holes as possible this year. Afterall, they created a large number of them. I can see them trading down with our first pick to accumulate more picks. I can see them drafting a QB later in round 1 with one of those additional picks. I can see them looking for another vet in the offseason, afterall, isn't it possible that Cam Newton is available? We have a plethora of picks next year as well, so it really wouldn't surprise me if they choose to fill holes this year. I'd prefer they take a QB early, but I can see them electing not to. Heck, with the draft capital we have this year and next, I'd take one this year & if it doesnt work out, take another next year. Keep doing it until you get it right. All that being said, I can also likely see this team making a trade to get Ryan Tannehill back if he continues to have success in Tennessee. I'm kidding of course... but then again... that would be a total Miami Dolphins thing to do.