For what it's worth:
I am a Browns' fan living in Cleveland, but I stumbled upon this site and thought I'd give an opinion about Anderson, whom I have read many of you have wondered about due to his being a restricted FA in '08.
We will have to wait until this season is over to make a final determination, but it is my opinion that Anderson is the real deal.
For one thing, he has all the intangibles you want in a QB that really cannot be taught: He sees the field well, senses pressure in the pocket (Fry was sacked six times in a quarter and a half; Anderson eight times all season), gets rid of the ball quickly, and has a gung slinger's mentality.
Other than his lack of mobility, his physical skills are there as well (that is, he has a gun_).
His decision making -- which is one talent a QB can learn -- is not entirely there yet.
Then again, I can say the same thing about Romo and Eli Manning.
Surprisingly, Cleveland still seems to prefer Quinn over Anderson in the future, which proves to me browns' fans are a bunch of idiots.
It is like Clevelanders prefer one bird in the bush to two birds in the hand (which is why Bellichick is coaching in NE right now). The only reason why you get rid of Anderson for the sake of Quinn is if you believe he can b e better than Anderson, and if Anderson continues what he is doing now Quinn being better would be pretty tough indeed.
It is my opinion that if the Vikings have a chance to get either they should do it, even if that means multiple high picks for Anderson.
That is just my opinion though.