Hey Excalibur, My point is that you don't panic and reach and burn mortgage draft capital unless you're absolutely sure you have the next Mahomes or Rodgers. You can find good QBs in lower rounds.
Just for fun, I looked up the 2019 QB starters not drafted in R1 and their draft number: Carolina: Kyle Allen (UDFA), Will Grier (100); Bengals: Dalton (35); Cowboys: Prescott (135); Denver: Drew Lock (42); Detroit: Blough (UDFA); Indy: Brissett (91); Jacksonville: Minshew (178); Miami: Fitzpatrick (250); Minnesota: Cousins (102); Patriots: Brady (199); Raiders: Carr (36); Pittsburgh: Rudolph (76); SF: Garropolo (62); Seattle: Wilson (75); Washington: Keenum (UDFA). Worthy mentions: Brees was #32, as was his replacement this year, Bridgewater.
No, not all of them are HOFers, but a) it's hard to find the next Rodgers, Brady or Brees in any round, and b) some of them were tossed into situations that didn't help their development.
I think when GB drafted Hundley they saw him with some potential, and we all know how that worked out. I'm not sure if they saw potential in Boyle or just wanted a decent camp body. I'm thinking that this year Gutey will keep a closer watch for QBs.
Just for fun, part 2: Of the starters in 2019 who were drafted in R1, only a few were worthy of the position: Mahomes, Jackson, Rodgers, Rivers, Ryan. (I'd put Stafford here if he had played more this year.) Some should have definitely gone in lower rounds: Mayfield, Goff, Tannehill, Watson (I just can't get behind him). Some are "jury's still out": Murray, J. Allen, Darnold, Jones, Haskins. At least two are close to bust: Winston, Trubisky. And I'm not sure where to put Wentz...