How did these three rookie quarterbacks perform in their first years? What next?
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The discussion gets a lot more interesting when you include Wilson and Mac Jones. What to do with those guys going forward is a challenging question. I’m assuming this will be addressed in part two – looking forward to it!
I agree, and think you’ll find a wider range of disagreement. Some of us think Wilson was always destined to be a bust, but others still think he has amazing upside. Mac Jones is as high as 10th and as low as 183rd in DLF’s superflex ranking. Would be interested to see an article on players with widest discrepancies and letting the rankers explain why they love or hate that player.
Happy with Justin Fields. It will be interesting who the new GM and head coach will be. The writing was on the wall for Nagy and Pace. I traded for an early-round 2nd round pick in a 1 QB league for the right to draft Fields. I was in no way disappointed and think he showed glimpses of what he could become.