Assuming you're taking the QB to be a fulltime starter, I'd go with Russell. If I just had to have one on my roster, I'd take Young, and rotate him in as a wildcat weapon. Russell has shown at least some glimmer of hope to become a productive QB. Although his stats aren't good, they aren't dreadful either. In his first year starting, he had stats better than Eli Manning's rookie season on a much worse team. The bright spot that's standing out to me with Russell is that he has a low INT%. Vince Young was/is a turnover machine. He never was as good as people said he was - his career QB rating is a 68, and he throws interceptions at an alarming rate, which, combined with his fumbles makes him a downright liability. When Young was removed from the starting position, the Titans got better with Kerry Collins at the helm. Do you think Kerry Collins would be an upgrade over Russell? Being as Collins had eerily similar stats to Russell last year, and was on a much, much better football team, I don't think so. If Russell had a little more time in the pocket, and better receivers, I think he could be a productive QB. I haven't given up hope on him quite yet. As far as Young goes.... he's struggling to be a 2nd string QB these days. I don't think he's going to recover any time soon. Bryan - Vince Young can use his mind? Are you talking about the same Vince Young that I am? The guy who has a 68 career rating and throws interceptions at a 4% rate?