Zero Viable Quarterbacks Remain on the Free Agent Market( This Should Light you Up)

Zero Viable Quarterbacks Remain on the Free Agent Market

Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker passes against the New York Jets in the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.© James Kenney/AP Photo Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker passes against the New York Jets in the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn.

With both Mark Sanchez and Josh McCown off the market, it’s readily apparent that there are no starter-caliber quarterbacks on the market. Brian Hoyer and Jake Locker headline a class that leaves a whole heck of a lot to be desired. They do so with opportunities to compete for starting gigs depending on where they end up.

This also means that the trade market should be fairly robust for teams looking to gain value for quarterbacks who don’t fit into their long-term plans. That’s where someone like the Eagles’ Nick Foles comes into play. He could potentially net Chip Kelly and company a Day 2 pick. If the 49ers are indeed serious about shopping Colin Kaepernick, that adds a second viable starter to the trade market.

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5 Responses to “Zero Viable Quarterbacks Remain on the Free Agent Market( This Should Light you Up)”

  1. ck says:

    Obviously J. Kenney IS TOTALLY B-L-I-N-D and gets a BIG FAT ZERO FOR HIMSELF IN REPORTING BIAS!!! TEBOW DESERVES BETTER IMO!!!

  2. ck says:

    Well, it “lit” me up and then some! Ridiculous imo that these people are only out for scoring ratings riding on Tebow’s coattails!:(

  3. David says:

    What should worry the NFL more is that lots of UNviable quarterbacks have already been hired.

    • brandi says:

      David, this is a league that signed a CBA that all but guaranteed a bad product. At least early in the Season. The day after the CBA was signed, my first article was forget talk of “shortened off-season” (for that Season). There’d never be another real Off-Season under that CBA because of the way it was hacked to bits and all of the provisions, running year long, against contact in Practice. I heard ZERO comments from any GMs or Head Coaches. The sloppy Play was blamed on the “No Off-Season”. The next year it was blamed on Replacement Refs. Only in the 3rd Season under the current CBA did anyone speak up about it. Several Head Coaches (including Rex Ryan) began complaining, starting Weeks 3 and 4, that there was no way under this CBA that they could get a Team ready to Play. Either they’d kept their complaints to themselves before then. Or nobody even bothered to look.

      Roger Goodell has already warned the Fans to forget what they think Football is, what it has been, those days are over. And essentially, if you don’t like the weak Game now, sit down, it’s going to get alot weaker.

      The NFL Owners are in a real bind with these Player Lawsuits. Personally, I think they’ve handled it 100% wrong. Starting with the attacks on the Medical Community’s Studies on Head Trauma. But, as I’ve said for years, Lawyers are running the league right now. And Lawyers have a funny way of making Adversaries out of everyone. Employees, Suppliers, Customers, everyone. Now look at the current state of the NFL. It’s the best league a bunch of lawyers can screw up. 🙂

      If the QBs are all Sub-Par, there’s no indication anyone cares. If they’re all Sub-Par, we’ll just call it Parity.

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