I, too, think Cutler will eventually be the best passer of the three...another Brett Favre in the making. Even as a rookie, Jay's passer rating (88.7) is the eighth highest in the league, placing him just above Tom Brady and slightly below Phillip Rivers.....an incredible accomplishment. Leinart looked very good, too. Give him an O-line, and he'll be a force to be reckoned with. However, it's quite possible that when all is said and done, VY could still be considered the greatest of the three....not necessarily as a passer, but as an all-around leader, a guy who makes the players around him better....a guy who just wins games. Consider everything VY accomplished this year, even as the lowest-rated passer in the league; now imagine how dangerous he would be with a QB rating of 85....a very realistic goal. The Titans' offense with VY at the helm would be virtually impossible to defend. Vince might not have the eye-popping statistics that Cutler and Leinart will almost certainly put up, but he could end up with the best career W/L record of all of 'em. To illustrate: consider Cutler's spectacular numbers, and how quickly he developed; along with Cutler's performance, the Broncos had a strong running game and a very respectable defense, and yet they were 2-3 with Jay under center. Vince, OTOH, had pretty lousy passing numbers and an awful defense, but managed to go 8-5 with a considerably weaker team. I'm telling ya, the kid's something special....and he's only just started.