Tom Brady twice Mark Sanchez twice Ryan Fitzpatrick twice Matt Schaub Carson Palmer Kevin Kolb Andy Dalton Sam Bradford Andrew Luck Jake Locker (or Matt Hasselback) Russell Wilson Blaine Gabbert Alex Smith (or Colin Kaepernick) Outside of Brady twice and Matt Schaub . . . is there another QB in the top 20 on that list? Our biggest weakness (along with WR) is in the secondary. We are thin at CB and although you have to like what you have seen so far from Smith, Carroll and Wilson . . . and even the safety play . . . we really won't be tested outside of the 2 games we play vs. New England. The one time we played a definitive top 20 QB, we lost by 20 points. Maybe a playoff run is something we should have seen coming when looking at this list (obviously nobody knew Tannehill would be this good this quick either). . . . but I worry that priority won't be placed on upgrading this secondary because we overachieved against subpar QB's. In 2008, it was the perfect storm of easy schedule, sharp QB play, discipline and a little luck with Brady going down week 1. The bad thing about that was we probably perceived our team as better than what they really were. This year the winds may just be brewing again down in South Florida for a chance at another playoff berth and hopefully that doesn't change the focus of continuing to improve in crirical areas after the season. I wonder which playoff run would be considered more "unexpected"?