I take any of those except George and Bledsoe at the time. The issue isn't any more valid then than it is now. There is no such thing as a sure fire hall of famer. If you have a choice between a sure thing and an untested product, you take the sure thing every time. Peyton is probably better than everyone on that list except maybe Marino (and arguably Steve Young). I see what you're saying, but that would be like trading the first overall pick for the top player in the game. The chances of you getting a better player with the pick is like 1%. No team would take those odds.