My gut feeling is that we're seeing Jay's ceiling right now. I'm thinking this is "as good as it gets" with him. And as many have accurately pointed out, he is better than the QB's we've seen around here over many years. He is gifted with loads of physical ability, but limited by decision making, especially in big games against teams like Green Bay - the teams we must beat to go to the next level. But is that "good enough" to satisfy you that we should go with him in future years? Or, should we try to see if Trestman can develop a guy who is even better for us? Is "good enough" truly good enough? Should we be happy we have the guy, and just let it go at that?