To me, Fitzpatrick is the guy you bring in while you groom your guy. Basically what the Dolphins did, except they went to Tua too soon. Fitzpatrick came back in to win games for them. What the Dolphins did was the worst case scenario with that configuration. I don’t think they expected to win like they did. And now they have doubts about Tua because he played too soon. I’m not sure Fitzpatrick would work here unless you can draft a guy like Mac Jones. (See, I’m getting us back on topic). If you are sticking with Allen and Heinecke, I agree you should only bring in a big upgrade at the position. Jones is a possibility as well, but with the other 2, I think everyone would expect Jones to play sooner rather than later.That's fair but over the 17 game regular season plus the playoffs, does Fitz legitimately give you a better shot at winning than the other two guys? On a game by game basis he might, but like you said... he could go 400 / 4tds one game then go 198 / 4 INTs another game, and he's likely to only be here 1 or 2 years max. Can you look at this team and tell me that Fitz gives you a better chance at winning a SuperBowl? If you're not trying adding pieces that can help you win a ring, why add them? I don't have that feeling with him, others might and I very well may be wrong. Yes he MIGHT account for 1 or 2 wins this year that the other two would not, but are those 1 or 2 wins enough to propel the team? We have a BRUTAL schedule next year, including all 4 teams that played in the conference championships.
JP said 5 teams reached out for Watson and we were NOT one of them.
I don't think we are as desperate for a big named QB as everyone would like us to be.
I think we were in on Stafford, but that has now "linked us" to every other QB who might be traded or whatever out there.
Its like eating sheep poop. Do it ONE TIME and suddenly every time you're around a sheep people think you're up to no good!