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Look, i understand the narrative. QBs are held to this astronomical pedestal, but believe it or not, football is more than qb play.. and I’m fine with having the 12-17th best qb in the league if Baker gets back to the 2020 version.
Do I believe Baker can win in this league? Yes. Will he ever be a top 10 QB? No. Is he worth 40 mil? No, only 3-4 are.. so as a
fan, you hope he puts it together next year and extends for a team friendly deal. That’s the best case scenario..
My thoughts on Baker Mayfield.. obviously been a rough season, endured more injuries than he’s ever dealt with.. add in the noise, pressure and expectations and he hasn’t answered the call. But he has 2 games and 2022 to redeem himself
Moving him along for 22 doesn’t make sense.
Still think he is what he is, but replacing him with an upgrade for 22 just doesn’t make sense unless you are shooting for the moon with a unlikely trade for a standout veteran and no, that’s not Kirk Cousins.
You have to give him 2022 with a clean bill of health and some new WRs.. it’s all or nothing for him. Draft a QB in mid rds.. if Baker fails, bring in a vet for 2023 and start the new journey.
As a devout non-Mayfield believer, He's the QB for 2022, that was decided the day the option was picked up.
The question becomes extend or start the process of who you may want in 2023.
Anything else is hot stove wish list talk.