Am I the only one who thinks it might be time to draft a QB prospect in rounds 3 or 4? Cutler has missed significant time in each of the last few seasons. His contract is up after this year and, to be honest, he hasn't quite lived up to his potential in Chicago. We can make all the excuses we want for him, but facts are facts. Obviously, we're not going to draft one in the first 2 rounds. But in the later rounds, there could be some real talent available that needs a couple years of tutoring and could insure that there is no drop in skill if and when Cutler either gets injured again, or leaves the team. Signing these backup QB's to one year contracts, just in case Cutler goes down, really hasn't been cutting it. Campbell, Hanie, and McCown just couldn't keep the ball rolling when Cutler was out and our seasons were lost because of it. Any thoughts?