OK, let's see if we can leave Prescott out of this thread and just discuss the comparison of the offense he stepped into in 2016 with little prep time and the offense of 2021. The OL is not as good but with a healthy Collins and Big Smitty, it can be very close. The run game is still good and I believe the 1-2 punch of Elliott/Pollard is a top 10 one and they might even add to that in this draft. The WR corps is better than the one in 2016 with far better route runners, any rookie QB's best buddies. A WR that is where he is supposed to be is a gift but 3 of them? That's riches. The TE's are good, not great. but with this WR corps, good is better than good. The D is the ? with any QB but if they go the rookie QB route, the savings can be applied to a couple of first week's FA D guys to add immediate impact. New, and better, DC and healthy players and I like their chances. Especially in the East. Add McC and Moore to the growth curve of a young QB and I like his chances. Not going to get a shot at Lawrence, Wilson, Fields and probably not Lance but Mac Jones, Kellen Mond or Kyle Trask? They played in power offenses with excellent skill positions and good OC's. Jones and Trask were late bloomers but Mond has been through trial by fire. 2 of the 3 should be there at 10 and possibly, all 3. This is not about the draft but if you feel the offense is a setup for a rookie QB, which in the end is about addressing that defense, my ulterior motive. If this turns into a draft discussion, I will move it to that Zone. And I think it's about the rookie, not keeping Dalton because I think he'll be too pricey for a backup. You take one with the idea that he's QB1 come September and you turn the team over to him and give him a better D than the last QB had.