I was one of those in the Blaine Gabbert camp going into the draft. So when he was suprisingly still available when Washington was preparing to pick in the 10th slot, I was bummed out. Then, in typical Washington bone-head fashion, they passed up the gift and traded the pick to Jacksonville! To their credit, they did get good trade value--but I'm shocked they passed up a chance for a franchise QB. This is a great situation for Gabbert. Garrard is a solid pro who is a great teammate with a good attitude and work ethic. By all accounts Gabbert is just flat out blowing peolle away with his arm strngth, mobilty and speed. He could be the guy by next year. Here's one article http://www.nfl.com/news/story/09000...-gabbert-shows-off-his-skills-in-jaguars-camp- partial... Seeing Gabbert in person has only reinforced Jacksonville's decision. After not being able to get on the field for three months because of the NFL lockout, Gabbert needed just a few days to dazzle coaches, teammates, front office personnel and fans. Back-shoulder throws, perfectly placed seam passes and scrambling runs have been among Gabbert's highlights. "He's got a great skill set in terms of arm and size and speed, those things," coach Jack Del Rio said Tuesday. "We think he's got a bright upside. He's got a lot of work to do. He's doing some things now off natural ability, being able to throw the ball, that will only get better. "He's going to get experience, he's going to get time, and at some point, he's going to be a really good player. I think we can all see that."