Your opinion on Vince Young probably falls on two sides of the fence.
On the one hand, all the guy does is win. It's been proven that he can take mediocre football teams with no name receivers and help them make it to the playoffs. He has a solid completion percentage. He can make the plays with his leg and has a big-time arm. And he wins. Yeah, he fell out with Jeff Fisher, but Fisher didn't want Young from the start. Fisher had to be threatened to be fired to put Young on the field.
To some, a lot of Young's issues come from the extreme lack of faith that Fisher seemed to have in him, which is even sillier when you consider anytime he did get in the game, he won. I know I sound like a broken record, but that's what the guy does; he wins football games. It might not be pretty, it may not be reminiscent of Peyton Manning, but he wins games.
On the other side of things, there are those who can certainly acknowledge his physical skills and his ability to win; anyone who doesn't is fooling themselves. But, for a football team that has had a lot of big-name, free-agent acquisitions, the thought of signing VY is terrifying?
Why? Character issues.
Sure, Fisher isn't a saint in the whole feud. But Fisher isn't the one getting into fights in night clubs. Fisher isn't the guy who quit on his football team. He's immensely talented, but he's also got maturity issues. While a fresh start could be good for him, a fresh start here makes people wary, after two years of Albert Haynesworth and numerous other players with attitude problems.
This isn't to say VY is Albert. VY cares, and he wants to win. But we all have people who are fundamentally good people and who mean well, who continue to do silly and stupid things. And if Vince Young couldn't handle Jeff Fisher, how is he going to handle Mike Shanahan, a coach who is so bold that he has made a career out of benching his quarterbacks, including a fringe Hall of Fame player like Donovan McNabb?
Where do I fall?
Somewhere in the middle.
The more I've watched Young, the more I like the skill set he brings to the table. The Titans run an offense that's very similiar to our own. If he could nail down the verbage and prove to be a hard worker in practice (which, if the problems with McNabb are any indication, is a big deal with Shanahan), he probably could be very effective.
But his character issues can't---and shouldn't---be ignored. The last thing team needs is, in the middle of rebuilding, to once again find themselves in a situation where they sign another free-agent quarterback isn't the answer. The team needs as much stability as possible, and if there's any doubt that Vince Young can't be the stability they need at the quarterback position, then they need to at least consider moving on.
Mike Shanahan won't make the decision lightly. If Vince Young ends up in D.C, it'll only be after Shanahan does way more research on him than he did McNabb.
VY seems like he'd be a nice fit, but only time will tell how he'll continue to grow in the NFL.