There are 2 really good back-up quarterbacks in the National Football League that could come into a team with quarterback deficiencies and elevate there programs. They are Green Bay #2 QB Matt Flynn and New England's #2 guy Brian Hoyer. These guys can play. Any astute NFL football fan should be able to conclude that the teams that get to the Super Bowl need a top flight quarterback. For example, Indianapolis QB Peyton Manning had neck surgery last May and is a concern for the upcoming season. The Colts starter now is Curtis Painter who is not that bad but lacks experience. They could use a quarterback. The Oakland Raiders could use a high caliber quarterback. Teams have to take the chance and make the trade now and if not now , then after the season. Hoyer and Flynn are chomping at the bit to get that opportunity and I am sure that the Packers and Patriots want to keep these players as back-up quarterbacks. But if the right offer comes down the pike, then let's make the deal. Hoyer and Flynn can move teams down the field and put up points. As the old footage adage goes "If you cannot score, you cannot win."