As I posted before in another thread, drafting a QB just to trade him away down the road is an iffy strategy. Sure, if a quality player falls then why not get him. But as the Green Bay Packers found out, most of those guys you draft aren't going to work out. They got something in return for Hasselbeck and Brooks, but there was a long list of other guys that didn't quite make an impact (Jay Barker, Ronnie McAda, Craig Nall, etc.).
This team shoudln't be in the business of developing another QB. It should be focusing on developing Vick. Schaub was drafted as insurance policy, but due to the contract that Vick signed, that policy is never going to take the field here in Atlanta as a starter. So he'll have to be traded away.
Less than a 3rd of the QBs drafted between 1998 and 2002 on the 2nd day of the draft turned out to be anything resembling a competent backup in the NFL.
"Vincere scis, Hannibal, victoria uti nescis" -- Maharbal, 216 B.C.E.