Based on what I've seen, Henne is going to be the best of that bunch. I see this guy being a solid NFL player for awhile. He is throwing to a bunch of garbage receivers, and the only guy that can get open is Ted Ginn; unfortunately he can't catch the ball. He has good mechanics and makes good decisions. He doesn't force the ball into coverage and generally seems to understand the offense. More than anything he looks focused and unemotional, very in control of the team and the huddle. He will probably get better as the Dolphins reduce the Wildcat and other gimmicks in their offense as they pick up WR talent in the future. Their tricks are basically a way of saying "we have no receivers, so we'll use our strengths to our advantage." Sanchez looks to me like he might be pretty good, but I don't see this guy as coming close to his 3rd overall pick billing. His body language and comments suggest that he's a really good guy, probably a likeable person, but probably too sensitive to play quarterback in New York. He seems to play with a lot of emotion, which is not always good. I could see this guy crashing and burning... typical of the Jets, getting off to that hot start may have been the worst thing for a rookie quarterback who suddenly has big expectations. Edwards is on his way out. Buffalo will probably clean house soon, and I don't think many new GMs would want to build their franchise around a guy who probably won't be good enough. Edwards wrote his own pink slip when he texted his GM and asked him to try and get TO. What QB in his right mind would want TO on the team? I just don't see Edwards as a guy who has the skills to take you to the next level, and probably not even the playoffs. Maybe it's just me, but it seems like he throws a lot of weak wobblers. Who do you guys think will be the best of the 3?