While I don't want to start another Henson is a good QB thread, the following article by ESPN brings up a couple of good points regarding the development of young Qbs in the league: http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs05/columns/story?columnist=clayton_john&id=2311953 After reading the article, I felt better about our process with Henson. According to Holmgren, it takes a solid five years to develop a great QB. Hasselback is currently 30 years old and has traveled a long and winding road through the NFL. He was benched a few times but remained strong. Perhaps, we do have a future QB in Henson. Thoughts? P.S. If this article has been posted, please delete the thread.