What would you take for Glennon in a trade?

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    Second rounder. Had a solid rookie season. Horrible scheme and coaching direction, limited weapons. He has good endorsements from scouts...He is a solid second rounder. Period. Nothing less. He may become a very good player. We simply cannot tell at this point. But in all that chaos, he did nicely. Second half was more on Schiano than him, to be honest. Schianos sandwich halftime simply wasn't good enough.

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    #130583
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    We spent a 3rd. I would want a 3rd.

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    A second rounder or more. It has to be more than his original value.He's still a good backup for a game or two, and to have that around, it's worth more than a third.

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    A second rounder or more. It has to be more than his original value.He's still a good backup for a game or two, and to have that around, it's worth more than a third.

    A 3rd in this draft has way more value than Glennon imo.

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    #130586
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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there’s no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn’t matter what you spent on him. It’s a sunk cost. The past is the past.

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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

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    A second rounder or more. It has to be more than his original value.He's still a good backup for a game or two, and to have that around, it's worth more than a third.

    A 3rd in this draft has way more value than Glennon imo.

    Maybe.But again, glennon has value here. He is an average player who (may) be able to win some games (or at least won't look incredibly inept), he knows the players around him, and he is cheaper.He's not sliced bread, but he should be tagged as "valuable" to this org.He's actually (because of the situations) one of the reasons I'm comfortable drafting manziel. We can find out right away if manziel isn't the guy, and glennon gets some time to learn the system, gain a little muscle mass, and learn nfl defenses (e.g. rodgers).

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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

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    #130590
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    Yeah, he’s a young QB on a rookie contract with starting experience.  That has value even if the team doesn’t expect him to be a starter.  Best case (that doesn’t involve him transforming into a quality starter), the team gets an A.J.  Feeley-like trade out of him.  But even just hanging onto him for now as a backup makes more sense than trading him for pennies on the dollar.

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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

    Id take backup $300k Glennon over $4M Orton any day of the week.  Like you said already, its in the past and a sunk cost.  If your answer is to cut Glennon and sign a backup for 10x more money, then I would ask you to step away from the pipe.

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    #130592
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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

    Id take backup $300k Glennon over $4M Orton any day of the week.  Like you said already, its in the past and a sunk cost.  If your answer is to cut Glennon and sign a backup for 10x more money, then I would ask you to step away from the pipe.

    But with a future 3rd or 4th round pick, you have the chance to draft the next Charles Johnson or Kam Chancellor, who you would never get to buy in free agnecy.

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    #130593
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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

    Kyle Orton never wins though. Seriously, Tebow took a team to the playoffs that Kyle was 1-4 with.

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    #130594
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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

    Id take backup $300k Glennon over $4M Orton any day of the week.  Like you said already, its in the past and a sunk cost.  If your answer is to cut Glennon and sign a backup for 10x more money, then I would ask you to step away from the pipe.

    But with a future 3rd or 4th round pick, you have the chance to draft the next Charles Johnson or Kam Chancellor, who you would never get to buy in free agnecy.

    But what does a future 3rd/4th have to do with a sunk cost 3rd of Glennon? 

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    #130595
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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

    Kyle Orton never wins though. Seriously, Tebow took a team to the playoffs that Kyle was 1-4 with.

    Glennon doesn't win, either.

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    #130596
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    If you think another QB is going to lead you to the promised land, there's no reason to hold onto Glennon. Take whatever you can get. It doesn't matter what you spent on him. It's a sunk cost. The past is the past.

    For a sunk cost of a 3rd round pick, he can still be a back up.  Not holding onto him simply b/c he wont be the guy to take us there is short sighted.

    You can sign someone like Kyle Orton for that. Doesn't cost a draft pick.

    Id take backup $300k Glennon over $4M Orton any day of the week.  Like you said already, its in the past and a sunk cost.  If your answer is to cut Glennon and sign a backup for 10x more money, then I would ask you to step away from the pipe.

    But with a future 3rd or 4th round pick, you have the chance to draft the next Charles Johnson or Kam Chancellor, who you would never get to buy in free agnecy.

    But what does a future 3rd/4th have to do with a sunk cost 3rd of Glennon?

    Can't use the pick used for Glennon to draft the next Charles Johnson or Kam Chancellor. You can use the future pick from trading Glennon.

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