I liked what I saw out of Billy Volek and Vince Young last night. There wasn't a lot of pressure on them to win the game. The emphasis was placed on the running game last night. Volek looked solid. He looked poised under pressure and knew where to go with the ball. It is clear that Billy Volek is the leader of the offense. He did not get the chance to air the ball out, but we have seen him throw before and we know that he throws the best deep ball in the game. His huddle presence looked good. Vince Young showed a lot of poise and a strong huddle presence. He made a couple of nice throws and a few poor throws...what you would expect from a rookie. Is he ready to take on a first team NFL defense? No. not even close. However, I came away impressed with his poise. He did not looked like a "deer in the headlights" as many rookies do in their debut. As far as the "turning his head to see what was behind him"...that is something you do not want your QB doing. That is why you do not see other QBs doing it. You want your QB looking downfield reading the defensive coverage, not looking behind him to see who might be pressuring him. The TV commentator made a big deal out of it, but making such a big deal out of it says a lot about a lack o knowledge of a QBs responsibilities and fundamentals. The coaching staff will straighten that out and stress that he should trust his offensive linemen to pass protect and for him to read the defense. We really did not see much of Hodges and Mauck. Mauch is a serviceable 3rd QB. However, I am willing to say that our 3rd QB is not likely on our roster at this point.