Warfish Posted January 9 Share Posted January 9 We have the debate every year (not having a franchise QB often leads to out of the box questions), and yet again here we are going into the 2023 Draft. The question: With what we have (Wilson) under contract, and no certainty to be able to sign veterans from elsewhere, or even resign Mike White (half of the fanbase doesn't want him), is there any argument to be made for double dipping in the 2023 draft at QB. QB's reasonable available (as of now) where we pick: 13: small chance Anthony Richardson (Florida), much higher chance for Will Levis (Kentucky) 43: Hendon Hooker (Tenn) Later Rounds: Several guys already being mentioned here at JN by folks, like Duggan (TCU) or McKee (Stanford) etc. Of course things can change and these guys move up due to workouts/combine/etc. And this class is meh (so we hear) compared to the 2024 class. We all keep saying "you don't have a QB, you're not going to compete, so we keep drafting them till we find one", so why not draft 2 if we can and the prospects have enough upside? And while I personally favor the Veteran QB route right now, it's possible (albeit we fans will hate it) that Woody actually IS in for the long haul with JD/Saleh, and THEY know it/have been told it, so they can feel comfortable NOT chasing a Veteran to win now, but can stick with building via the draft for the next few years, which would bolster a Wilson is kept, but other QB's are drafted/more shots taken. Again, not advocating for any specific thing here. Just asking the question: Should a team without a FQB REALLY do everything possible trying to find one (picking two), or only part of what they could do (picking one). Food for debate is all. 1 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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