Hi Jason,I guess it really depends on how tight one limits the pool. If we're talking about teams being able to have success without a top 5 pick, that's a really tight pool. Meaning 25 players over the last 5 years fall into that. I'm sure someone can look it up but I'd wonder how many teams that are now successful even had a top 5 overall pick over the last 5 years?This is where I think Joe and Cappy's points combine to really hit the nail on the head. It's hard to win a SB without a good to great QB, no doubt. However, there is more and more evidence that you can find/develop good to great QBs from guys that don't come with top-5 1st round pedigrees.Well I would definitely agree with that. But the main point of what I was originally trying to get at was that you don't need to spend a 'premium' pick on a QB to win. Kind of got sidetracked into the "you don't need a great QB" stance, which I also agree with, but realize it's not exactly the same topic.But in the NFL this year, and in past years, I think it's been proven again and again you don't need that dominant QB to win games.In my opinion, his draft slot is an indication that scouts were wrong about him. Not that you don't need a great QB to win.