The 2020 NFL free agency period is going to be fascinating with how many big-name quarterbacks could be changing teams. We predict the madness.
The 2020 NFL free agency period and really just the entire 2020 NFL offseason at a whole could be one of the most fascinating we have seen in quite some time.
The last time we saw this many high-profile quarterbacks available in the same offseason was, well, pretty much never.
The likes of Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Philip Rivers, Jameis Winston, Cam Newton, Andy Dalton, Teddy Bridgewater, and plenty more will almost certainly be on the move this offseason, but what will the ripple effect be?
How are NFL teams going to structure their rosters to compete with the Mahomeses of the NFL world?
It all starts with the quarterback position. As we saw with the San Francisco 49ers in the final game of the season, even having just a ‘solid’ quarterback is not always good enough. In today’s NFL, you have to have a difference-maker, or at least someone capable of getting hot like Nick Foles did down the stretch in 2017.
We may soon be overwhelmed by all of the QB movement around the NFL, so while this may not be how things actually work out, here are some predictions of the massive game of quarterback musical chairs about to take place.
We will start by assuming that Ryan Tannehill (Titans) and Dak Prescott (Cowboys) are franchise tagged…