Sam Bradford is hurt and likely done for the season. He'll be going into a contract year next year, and was starting to really come on this season... He was showing good progression, and was developing into the player we expected him to be when we drafted him. However, knee injuries are no joke, even for QBs who don't rely on their mobility. There will be questions as to whether he can fully come back and continue to progress as he was, or if this setback will limit his upside in the near future.
This leaves us in a situation that isn't fun for us... No one is happy that Sam Bradford is injured... But what do we do now?
Your challenge is to explore the short-term and potentially long-term solution to our QB problem.
Kellen Clemens is the only other QB on our roster (unless you include punter, Johnny Hekker, who has my support). Do we bring in another QB to compete for the job? If so, who?
This draft class is full of talented prospects, including an exceptionally high number of talented quarterbacks. With Bradford's future uncertain, and with it, our team's, do we draft a young signal caller this offseason? If so, do we go for an early round, middle round, or late round guy? Of those guys, who would you select?
I have my opinions, but I'd like to hear yours. So let's start the conversation!