From the Wayback Machine:
"If you want a franchise quarterback, the top of the draft is still the first place to look.
Fortunately, that's where teams are looking with 23 of them currently having a top 40 pick on the roster. That number should increase this week unless you believe certain draftniks who are trying to push Teddy Bridgewater into the third round. Then when Bridgewater, long considered the best quarterback in this class, does get drafted much lower than expected and goes on to have a good career, someone will have the nerve to go on TV one day and say "see, you can get a franchise quarterback later in the draft."
The competition Tepper faces playing the "game" of football is wholly inferior to what he faced off against daily on Wall Street.
He is going to dominate.
Tepp thinks he signed up a franchise QB at a cut rate price and I do too.
Good news is if wrong he's not stuck with "$36 million mistake" as one of the reporters quoted him on today.