Many insiders have egg on their face after downplaying VY's pro prospects throughout the draft process. As a result there is a tendency in some quarters to downplay his ability, even now, in favor of the next best candidate. If there was a blunder on draft day, it had nothing to do with Reggie Bush. VY looks just as poised and dynamic in the pros as he did in college. The idea that Jones-Drew, or Colston, or Bush or Addai or anyone could be considered rookie of the year over VY, a franchise quarterback who has led his team back from oblivion to play-off contention, is laughable. It's time to face facts. Whatever VY does against the Pats, and it may not be pretty, he may be the best story in the NFL this year, with the possible exception of the Saints' revival. It's always great when someone proves prevailing wisdom wrong, and VY deserves a tip of the cap for holding up under adversity as a rookie. The whole draft process last offseason, when blind mice made VY jump through hoops like a 2 bit circus act, now seems ridiculous.