I'll start this off by saying that I think Jason Campbell is going to succeed, whether its here or somewhere else is a different story.
A lot of people who advocate drafting a QB this year say that this could be our last chance to get one. While to me that means our QB is doing perfectly fine, some others don't see it that way. So, I thought about a couple other ways we could get a "franchise" QB in the draft next year.
1) We have another bad season: We all want to avoid this by any means, but it is always a possibility.
2) Trade up: Something else I think, most of us want to avoid, but again, it is an option
3) Lack of demand: This is what I was thinking of when I decided to type this up. While it is true that the top rated QBs go high (top 5-10), you also have to consider how many teams picking in that area actually need a signal caller. How many teams in the top 10 need a QB this year? Two, maybe three if you count us. The Lions, Rams, Chiefs, Bucs, Hawks, Bills, and maybe Cleveland are probably gonna be picking in the top 10, but they also will have young QBs or ones they feel they can with. So, if there are 5 franchise QBs in the draft next year, but only two teams need one, three of them are going to fall. Who knows, maybe one will fall to us at 32.