This isn't a one year fix. You don't win in free agency. We're finally trying to build long-term. It will come down to how we draft.
1. Eli Apple, William Jackson III, Zeke Elliott, Robert Nkemdiche
2. Karl Joseph, Jonathon Bullard, Cody Whitehair, Emmanuel Ogbah, Bronson Kaufusi
3. Christian Westerman, Joe Dahl, Kenneth Dixon, Justin Simmons, Blake Martinez
Day 3. CJ Prosise, Victor Ochi, Kevin Byard, Alex Collins, Jordan Howard, Isaac Semuelo
There's not 1 QB worth taking in the 1st rd of 2014 IMO. Not even the great Bridgewater, Jameis, or Manziel is worth that much.
I like all 3 SEC QB's (Murray, MacCarron, & Mettenberger).
Judge a man by his questions rather than his answers. - Voltaire
An interesting guy for us would be TCU's Casey Pachall.
HIs 2013 season has been a downward spiral - having been caught with a positive drug test and gone into rehab followed by a DUI, he's had a very poor 2013 season, particularly in terms of INTs (very uncharacteristically) and then he broke his non-throwing arm. TCU's offense is struggling, esp the o-line, but Pachall hasn't had an easy ride.
He'll be available for a song and behind all that rubbish above is a very good QB. He'd also be a great understudy to Tannehill as they're physically and style-wise quite similar. Good awareness, very quick release, some scramble ability, leads his receivers well with his throws.
Snap him up late and give him a season for evaluation. Potential diamond in the rough. The word is he's reformed and too good a prospect to pass up, imo.
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better. - S. Beckett
If anything I'd pick up Blake Bell in the later rounds to mold if he enters the draft. He's got a cannon and can scramble.