The problem with this whole QB "thing"
Beyond just having issues with the talent level in this draft, there's a pretty strong case to stay the heck away from an early round QB IMO... I think it will only perpetuate the problems we had last year, and potentially stunt the growth of a developmental guy (whom they almost all are).
--If you assume that ALL these QBs are not day 1 ready (yes, even Geno) at least you can't expect any one of them to be... then we can safely assume that many of them need 1-2 years of grooming, and being thrusted into action say, by week 6 is not going to do Dysert, Bray, Glennon, Scott, Manuel, etc etc any favors.
--The crowd/media/aliens are all going to frothing at the mouth, waiting for Sanchez to fall on his face. You put a Barkley, Nassib, Manuel, Glennon back there, it's going to be worse than Tebow... cause people actually know the former(s) can throw.
--The team's probably going to have a 2-5, 3-3 kinda of start at best. I can hear the cat calls already.
...Can you not the sh*storm on the horizon? You want to mentally wreck another QB by throwing them in the sharktank that is the 2013 season?
"...God job Idzik! This Barkley guy sucks!"
"..Ryan Nassib's worse than Sanchez!"
"...Manuel can't read a book, let alone a defense!!"
I really don't think drafting a QB early is an option. It's only going incite controversy the young QB can't win, and set us up for more headaches...
A developmental guy like Scott, Stanley, maybe Dysert - anything 4th round or lower at least won't have those year 1 expectations on them.