I'm kind of surprised that the Titans drafted Vince Young over Matt Leinart with the third pick. We all watched the Rose Bowl, and Vince Young won that game against Leinart and Bush. But, with Steve McNair leaving the Titans to play for the Ravens, I would have thought the Titans would have wanted the most polished, NFL ready QB in the draft, Leinart, over a project like Vince Young. Matt Leinart's offensive co-ordinator at USC, Norm Chow, is now the offensive co-ordinator with the Titans, and so Leinart would have already been familar with the system and would have been able to step in earlier. With Vince Young, its going to take several years to develop before he'll be ready. There's his whole throwing motion and mechanics that needs to be addresssed. And, Young must also learn to read defenses and go through progressions, something he never needed to learn at Texas with its option offense. And, with being the third pick and all the money that goes with it, there's the question of how long the Titans can give to develop Young and if it will be long enough. At the most, they can probably sit him out for a year.