Let's be blunt. One of the things that sets the Patriots apart is the fact that they take into account intelligence in a meaningful way at positions where it is important--QB, ILB, OL. One can see how the different positions' http://www.patsfans.com/new-england.../231585-wonderlic-scores-out.html#post1356396lined. Here's the list from this year's draft here. People have sounded off, sometimes attacking the Wonderlic as bogus on this very forum. Tsk-tsk. That's why two years ago we passed on Keith Rivers (15) for Jerod Mayo (26). This helps explain why Beatty (22) was overlooked in favor of Vollmer (He's got Einstein's brain in the Russian boxer's http://dlistornot.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/ivandrago.jpg body in Rocky IV) or Mayo (26) taken last year but not any of the LBers available to us this year in the first or second rounds. I think even without the benefit of 20/20 hindsight Belichick does not take Vince Young high in the first round even if we needed a QB. Interesting experiment: type in "Vince Young" on the Google serarch bar and see what comes up for options first. Wonderlic Who has time to spend extra time on dullards when time is short? There ain't no time for Individualized Education Plans (IEP) in the NFL. There is no point in having a Michael Oher (19--good thing he's got a beautiful smile) or a Rey Maualuga (15--way too low) on this team for this very reason, regardless of their physical blessings. I think other teams are catching on. For example, the best QBs in the game are very, vert smart. No Dan Marinos in the bunch that I can tell.