So Many Quarterbacks are Potentially on the Market, meaning this Offseason could be Something Special
With the 2020 NFL season in the books, the league now shifts to the off-season.
Many NFL insiders expect this offseason to be dominated by massive quarterback movement. We’ve already gotten a taste of it when the Los Angeles Rams sent QB Jared Goff and some draft picks to the Detroit Lions in exchange for QB Matthew Stafford, according to ESPN. Then, just last week, according to ESPN, the Indianapolis Colts traded for QB Carson Wentz from the Philadelphia Eagles.
This is just the start of it.
Back in January, ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted that he thinks there could be more than 18 quarterbacks changing teams in 2021.
So with that in mind, I thought it would be fun to breakdown every team’s quarterback situation.
Before I do that, I should warn you. This is quite a long article and I know, in the world that we live, people’s attention spans are very low. Yet, even with that in mind, I still went ahead and wrote this whole thing anyway. Why you ask? Well, because I wanted to, okay. I thought it would be fun.
If you’re still willing to go on this journey with me, I salute you. In the words of the great philosopher Super Mario, “Lets-a Go.”