I also find it interesting how they are retroactively seen in a more positive light after their tenure is over as well. It was pretty hard to find people who appreciated TW while he was playing. Now that he is gone, the tenor of the comments regarding him are far more positive on average. No player will ever be perfect, but I think it is safe to say we have yet to deploy a QB with the entire package. Here is hoping.Since the arrival of Paul Johnson, each and every quarterback that has taken snaps in this system has been roundly criticized. Have we forgotten the hue and cry from the Peanut Gallery that Jaybo Shaw should be playing ahead of a healthy Nesbitt in 2008? Over and over we heard Nesbitt is not good in his reads, that he can't pass, etc. It seems that we have not had an ADEQUATE option quarterback leading the team yet. We are still seeking a Ricky Dobbs or Tracy Ham to run this offense. Now Justin Thomas gets his turn in the barrel. Predictably, I predict the fan base will not be thrilled because I don't think Justin = Ham.