If calling something like it is, is damaging on my part, then so be it. Like I've said to you and your fellow anti-QB (anti-Cam) club, I'd rather be right and not liked than wrong and everyone's buddy.
Your whole premise we need to keep our current stable of QBs, that maybe any of them could one day be championship winning, franchise caliber QB, and a "Stop Gap" is the answer, follows the classic definition of insanity to me (you know, doing the same thing repeatedly, and expecting different results). When John Fox got here, Delhomme became a multi-year stop gap, and we rested on our laurels. We need to go in a completely different direction. We NEED a franshise QB. You've never given a solid "Football reason" that QB can't be Newton. None of the haters have.
Not a clue...
Nobody wants to go with our current rotation of QBs. We just disagree that any of the guys available in the draft are 'franchise QBs". And plenty of football reasons have been given in loads of threads. Your default response, rather than actually debating them, is just to scream "hater" or "racist". That makes one of us look bad, but it ain't me (Hint: It's you).
What we want is to get a veteran that could be a stopgap via free agency or maybe better via trade. Among the popular options: David Garrard. You might want to consider that fact the next time you go screaming racism.
Bottom Line: Yes, we need a franchise QB, but a lot of us think the guys in the draft don't fit that bill. And taking that position does not equal "hate" no matter how much you try and spin it.