Goff has regressed in both years following his 2018 season which ended in a 13-3 loss to the Patriots in the Super Bowl. In 2020, he posted a fair-but-lackluster 3,952 yards with 20 touchdowns to 13 interceptions, ending in a loss to the Packers in the playoffs. While it's hard to read too much into McVay's short answer to the reporter's question, especially considering the recent end to his 2020 season, he did little to inspire confidence that he's fully behind Goff for 2021. There's little chance Goff would be cut as it would carry a huge $65.5M dead cap charge vs. $34.6M to keep him on the roster. A trade this off-season remains the greatest possibility if McVay believes an upgrade is available but the likelihood is that Jared Goff, DLF's QB15, remains under center in 2021. He's firmly a QB2 asset in dynasty.