Bootz2004 wrote:Glennon is 5-13 as a starter. How is that "proving you can win games"?
Also here's a list of non-legit backups:
He must've proved something to the Bears...
Or us for wanting to pay him 8 million...
And what do you think the ratio is of the QBs above to QBs drafted late who ended up out of the league?
We have Winston, and we're not to the point yet as an organization to begin searching for the next Brady, Young, or Warner. I think we need to add young talent to other positions and hope we hit on some late round gems who can help the football team for an entire 16 game schedule, ala Gholston, and unlike the QB in your mock.
And enough with your, "we need to draft a QB because they are cheaper" bootzings. When was the last time we didn't have an abundance of cap space? Why did we try and re-sign Glennon for so much? Man, I just wasn't aware you were a better fit to run the FO than JL.
Furthermore, wouldn't it make more sense if Winston was around an NFL veteran as opposed to a draft pick, roughly the same age? I just think a vet would have more to offer in the film room and during position meetings. I don't know, maybe it's just me.
Also, we aren't going to spend a second, third or fourth round pick on a QB, so I'm not exactly sure why you felt the need to add Prescott, Wilson, Favre, etc to your list.
Either way, we have kept Griffin on the roster the last few years, so there's gotta be a reason for that. We will find out soon enough if OBP entrusts Griffin to be the number two, or if they would like to possess someone a taaaaad
more proven. Their attempt at signing Foles and Glennon shows they're leaning toward the latter.