There are examples pro and con for taking QB's in the first and waiting till later. There is no bonifide formula for drafting a franchise QB. What you can't do imo, is overrate a QB due to the position he plays while passing up a blue chip player at another position. This is what I believe KC would be doing if they took a QB #1. I understand that the private workouts have not taken place yet, but I honestly don't put much emphasis on that in regards to ranking a player. Look at the tape in game situations. That is where you find out what a kid can do. If you look at the film on the QB's in this draft class, it is really not all that impressive. It doesn't mean they won't become good players, but if I'm picking in the top ten or even top 20 for that matter, do I pass up what I think is a clearly better player at another position simply for the hope that a QB I rank lower will exceed my expectations? I wouldn't, and while the money risk is not as big of a factor, you still have to pay the guy a good sum and you are going a few years longer without getting that QB you thought you had but didn't.