I have to agree somewhat with this statement...UNLESS we can land one of the top three (by trading up), we just need to chill out, get some good players with our draft picks...and then look for a franchise QB next season.
I definitely agree with the fact that drafting a QB is always risky... but honestly drafting a player from any position can result in finding a bust. The QB position just receives more attention when a bust is drafted because it is probably the most prominent position in sports.
As for what this Texas guy is saying... the Vikes have no prayer at Leinert, and I don't think any prayer at Vince Young either (I think those guys are going #2 and #3). That leaves us with Cutler or drafting a QB in round 2. Cutler is reminding me too much of Boller, JP Losman, and Patrick Ramsey, in that before workouts he was somewhat of an unknown. Look how good those 3 guys turned out? I really don't like any of the 2nd round guys that much either... Brodie Croyle is Ken Dorsey except with more injuries (he weighs 205), Whitehurst has been too eratic, and Omar Jacobs comes from a QB friendly system (Urban Meyer's offense is still run at Bowling Green)
Let's not wasted a high pick on a QB this year. We have our starter in Brad, the new guy isn't going to play for at least a year, so draft someone in the later rounds this year, and get the QB of the future next year. We have way too many other needs to be spending high picks on an unlikely to succeed QB.