I can't believe that there is even a question if Boller or Null will start this Sunday. If Spags has already decided on either one, he should come out and say it. I don't know what he's trying to accomplish by not announcing it. I guess he's trying to make both of them earn it in practice. But what does starting Boller accomplish for us. Even if Spags thought he gave us a slightly better chance at winning, which he doesn't, in my opinion, you have to realize that this season is lost, so you are now playing for next season. He needs to be evaluating what we have for the future. I'm starting to believe (starting, I'm not naming him starter of the future yet) that Null has the potential to be a player in the NFL in the future. But how will we ever know if he's on the sidelines watching a QB with no future play, and he would most likely do better than him. Spags just needs to tell Null and the public that he's starting. It would probably helps Null's confidence knowing that his coach has faith in him and believes he gives them the best chance to win. Finally, if for no other reason, Null needs to start the last two games for the fans. No one wants to see Boller play. So for the main event, the poll, to hopefully prove my last sentence.