WrigleyField 22 wrote: minnesotacubsfan wrote:
WrigleyField 22 wrote:Let the Browns sign him and get the comp pick. Draft a QB.
OR tank the season, give him to the Lions and draft Lawrence
The Bears have proven they can't out-tank the Lions. Lawrence dream is dead (unless we can flip Mack for a first still and use that with our mid-round first and 2022 first for a RGIII like Trade-up).
Maybe Justin Fields is the realistic dream. Feels like there's been a lot of investment in high end QBs the past few years, so hopefully that dampens the market as teams like the Jets or whatever are still deciding on their investments.
Justin Fields is awesome.
But looking around the league....
Have Franchise QB: BAL, HOU, TEN, KC, PHI, DAL?, MIN, GB, DET?, ATL, SF?, SEA, ARZ, LAR
Recently drafted promising QB: MIA, BUF, CIN, DEN, LAC, WAS, NYG, GB,
Probably needs a long-term QB: NYJ, CLE, PIT, JAX, LVR, NO, TB, CAR,
Definitely need long-term QB: NE, IND, CHI
Not a lot of sure fire QB needy teams. Dallas could join the QB needy, but that would likely take off one of the others. Jets, Browns, Jags have QBs on 15-game auditions and they will all either go down to absolutely need a QB or up to promising QB depending on results. Maybe throw Washington, NYG and Denver here, but I doubt they go QB very early. Detroit SHOULD probably see what they can get for Stafford and start over, but remains to be seen if they will. Teams like NO and TB have HOF QBs on short deals, could draft an heir. Carolina has big money in Bridgewater, but could conceivably move on.