While I agree with you, how does this work in practice? For the most part, your odds of success outside of high level first round players is very, very low. For every Tom Brady, there are 100 of no-names that none of us remember (or drink to try and forget). So, if you are serious about fishing for a QB, you either have to have a horrid season and draft high (still having some serious risk that you got the wrong guy), have mediocre seasons year in and out and 'waste' your highest level draft pick on an even higher risk player and in the process put your team and falling farther behind in the talent race, or draft later and hope you find the next Brady. Outside of the luck of a Dak Prescott, it seems like everything is predicated on having a good enough QB running the show so you can play the lottery on those late day / next day picks and have the time without pressure to develop him or even trade him away because you have enough time left with your current starter to play the game again.