I've never posted on pretty much any website. However, with a completely critical time for the Bills, I find myself needing to express my opinions with more than my usual friends. I think every possibilty needs to be explored for the QB situation in 2010, and that includes possible trades. I think it is a necessity to draft a QB in the first 3 rounds, but I'm not certain that he will have to play right away. Let's look at the possiblities.
Daunte Culpepper---definetely has lost a step or two, and really was made by the receivers he had in Minnesota. Not a good option
Marc Bulger--Other sites are reporting that he can be had for a mid round draft pick. Not the strongest arm, or the most durable anymore. A decent option though as he is a veteran who has winning experience.
Matt Hasselback--another QB who is said to be possible to trade a mid round pick for. When healthy, a top 15 QB. Been to a super bowl. Great intangibles and has showed can play in cold weather. A very good option
Brian Brohm--This was a potential #1 overall pick. He is obviously an unknown commodity at this point. I hope the bills give him a start or 2 or 4 this december. An unknown option.
Kyle Orton--He is a proven leader and a winner, but unsure if he will hit free agency this year. If he does, should be someone the Bills immediately look at.
Mike Vick--Does any Bills fan really feel like this would be a good fit? He has been a rumor to Buffalo twice now, but I can't see him succeding here.
I feel Hasselback is the best option out there in my opinion. He gives us winning experience while giving us time to develop a rookie QB. I know that Marshawn is a possibility to be traded this offseason. If we got a 3rd rounder for Lynch, we could turn around and trade that pick for Hasselback. Another possiblity is maybe trying a trade for Donavon McNabb. All 3 Eagles QBs have contracts that expire after 2011. They have Kevin Kolb, who looks ready to be a starter. I don't think the Eagles would trade McNabb, but you never know. That's all I got, but Let's Go Bills!