This is what I don't get. Look at the Patriots, Packers, heck even the Falcons or Ravens. And why was the lone guy from the Giants just an afterthought and not a real consideration? The Giants have won 2 super bowls. Searching Teams who have had success over the past 5-10 years makes sense. Teams who have consistent success. Different coaches. Different players. Different front offices.
Why pick somebody from the Dolphins?
Replace Brady, Rodgers and then Flynn and Flacco with Sanchez or any of the other low tier QBs and we aren't even having this discussion. People automatically assume because these guys have been a part of a winning organization, they themselves are going to be winners. How many times have you seen people in fortune 500 companies who are absolutely incompetent and wonder how the hell they got their job?? sh*t, I do that every day in the medical community. The fact of the matter is, there could very well be some young brilliant future GMs who are working their way up in any/the first organization that gives them a chance.
I just find it silly that people are in this much of an uproar arguing for one person they've never heard of over another person they've never heard of. Until we actually see the moves our future GM makes, it's impossible to know what they've done, because unless they have actually been a GM prior it's all just speculation.