Okay, everyone on the board is heavily divided on the prospect of VY's success in the NFL. It sure looks to me like he's either going to adjust and flourish at a pro bowl level or just completely crap the bed. Either way, if the side you pick is the wrong one, you're likely to be eating crow for a long time while he either tears up the league or collects sales checks from an Austin car dealership.So let's hear a firm "yea" or "nay" and why.For my money, I'm going with "yea." He's a project, sure, and if he refuses to alter his mechanics at all, then I'm screwed, but I believe he'll take a year or two and get things right(ish).Beyond that, Vince Young will succeed b/c:1) He's improved dramatically as a passer each year, particularly in terms of touch and accuracy. I don't think he's done developing by a long shot.2) He can already make several NFL throws. For example, remember that throw with 39 secs left in the Rose Bowl to the corner of the endzone to 6'5" Limas Sweed? He put it where *only* his guy could get it, and while the USC DB made a nice play to break it up, it was either a TD or incomplete. He makes a lot of throws like that, believe it or not.3) He won't be a scrambling star, but he will get a lot of 5-8 yard runs for crucial, game-changing first downs when some critical third down play breaks down and he has to bolt. Could I be wrong? You betcha. But I'm taking a stand. Are you?