It seems that Shaun Hill will remain the starter as long as Mike Singletary is the head coach. He played well against the Jets and have played well with all the other games he was involved in. Hill is definitely an upgrade over JT. His salary, compared to other starting QB's, is relatively affordable and cap friendly. In the meantime, what to do with former over all number one pick, Alex Smith? If Shaun Hill is truly going to be the 49ers starting QB for the rest of the season and beyond, Alex Smith has to go. JT would then become the 2nd string back-up and draft someone to be the understudy. And, it doesn't have to be a high draft pick, either. If Alex Smith stays, not only are the 49ers paying him a huge contract to be a back-up, he might even be a distraction. Shaun Hill has proven to be effective. Continue to play him and let him grow comfortable with being the starter. In the meantime, let the draft be the center piece for building a future Super Bowl team. The team still drafts pretty high next year. I also think that Spikes should be resigned. So, Shaun Hill, are you going to be the man to handle the duties of resurrecting the 49ers team? Particularly the offense?