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    Posted: Ocak 13 2020 at 18:25
Jacoby Brissett may be the most valuable back up quarterback in the NFL. He may also be the most valuable trade asset in the NFL this off-season. Earlier in the year we speculated whether it made sense to trade Brissett in season Womens Darius Leonard Jersey , but obviously that didn’t happen.It’s been reported by Mike Chappell of FOX59 that while Brissett likes the situation here in Indianapolis, Brissett wants to be a starting QB in the NFL. Any true competitor would want his chance to be “the guy” so no one can blame Brissett for wanting to potentially move on. The question remains, will Chris Ballard make the move this off-season to trade Brissett?Here’s what we know, Chris Ballard won’t move Brissett just because. Ballard has said he needs to be “blown away” by an offer and it has to be the right situation for Jacoby Brissett too. Well, that last bit pretty much ensures Brissett won’t be playing in the nation’s capital anytime soon. All joking aside, what would it take to blow Ballard away and where are the most logical destinations for Brissett that make sense if Ballard were to move him?First off, why would a team want to trade for Brissett? This one is relatively easy. Brissett has shown to be an above average starter in the NFL. He’s highly accurate and has now trained under Bill Belichick and Frank Reich, two great coaches. Oh, he’s also entering the last year of his rookie contract. This effectively gives the team trading for Brissett two years of control over his rights, assuming the team uses the franchise tag. Getting a top 20 starting NFL QB for an average of about $10-15 million over two years is pretty darn good so there will likely be plenty of interest, if Brissett is available.Let’s look at the market itself. Unlike last year, where the QB market was replete with decent options, this year the top free agent QBs are likely to be Teddy Bridgewater and Nick Foles, if the Eagles do not pick up his $20 million option. Those are, how should we put this, not great. Of course we need to also consider the upcoming NFL draft in this calculation as well since those players will also be considered by teams in need of a QB. Hmm... similar to the free agent market, the crop last year was far more flush than this year. All in all, this is good for the Colts and Chris Ballard. It artificially increases Brissett’s trade value as the teams who miss out on the “top” guys will inevitably come calling. But, you might ask, what teams are in need of a QB this off-season? That is a great question. It turns out there are quite a few. The teams most in need of a QB are:New York Giants;Jacksonville Jaguars;Denver Broncos;Miami Dolphins; andWashington Redskins.Teams that could be looking to add a long-term option at QB are:Los Angeles Chargers;Pittsburgh Steelers;Tennessee Titans;Cincinnati Bengals; Tampa Bay Buccaneers; andOakland Raiders.That’s eleven teams that could arguably looking to either get a new QB or a long term option to replace an ineffective or aging starter. That’s more than one third of all NFL teams. Given the limited options available and the abundance of teams in need, Brissett could be quite valuable. Let’s eliminate teams that may not be the best situation for Brissett — so with Washington out, we now have ten teams. On a serious note, Ballard isn’t sending Brissett to a division rival so that knocks out Jacksonville and Tennessee. It’s been rumored, due to the Jaguars hiring of John DeFilippo, they are in the driver’s seat to land Nick Foles. It’s no guarantee the Eagles will extend Foles as they are currently one of two teams over the salary cap. The Jaguars would need to outbid other teams for Foles services, which may be difficult as they are the other of the two teams over the salary cap. That leaves eight teams likely in the running for Brissett: Giants, Broncos Peyton Manning Jersey White , Dolphins, Chargers, Steelers, Bengals, Bucs and Raiders. Of those teams remaining, the question becomes who has the draft capital to “blow away” Ballard and who would be willing to give up the goods?While a first round pick, which is at a minimum what Jim Irsay wants, would definitely blow Ballard away, Jacoby Brissett isn’t likely going to net that much. If a team were to offer a first round pick, the most likely situation would be teams drafting in the back third of the first round. The problem is most of those teams have an aging star QB and want to win a final Super Bowl so it’s highly unlikely they give up such value for Brissett. This knocks out the Chargers and Steelers. The only team possibly willing to give up that much now would be Oakland. Jon Gruden has picks 24 and 27 so maybe he moves one of those for Brissett. Gruden did say Brissett was his sleeper pick to be a great QB when he was drafted. However, they would need to cut or trade Derek Carr in order for a trade for Brissett to make sense, so probably not. If a team in the top 20 offers their first round pick, you’d expect Ballard to seriously consider it no matter what the situation would be for Jacoby. That would be incredibly unlikely but maybe the Redskins or Dolphins could get desperate and make that move. Again, very, very unlikely.Realistically, the Colts are probably looking for at least an early second round pick plus a mid-round pick in order to move on from Brissett. This makes sense because if Brissett were to leave in free agency after next season, at best, the Colts would net a late third round pick. So taking a second round pick in 2019 is far greater value than taking a late third round pick in 2020. And as we’ve all seen, Chris Ballard can do some real damage with those second round picks.Narrowing the list down to teams with early to mid second round picks and long term questions at the QB position, that leaves us with five teams: Giants (37), Bucs (39), Broncos (41), Bengals (42), and Dolphins (48). However, it’s no guarantee that simply a single second round pick will blow Ballard away. This means we need to look to see what kind of other mid-round assets these teams have. The Giants do not have a third round pick but have two fourth round picks and two fifth round picks. The Broncos have their third round, two fourth round and two fifth round picks. The Bucs, Bengals and Dolphins only have a single pick in round three through five.That makes the most likely teams involved in a Brissett deal to be the Giants and Broncos. They’ve got early to mid-second round picks and a plurality of assets in the mid-rounds to sweeten the pot for Chris Ballard. Ballard probably would like to make this deal prior to the draft Womens Andrew Luck Jersey , not during. Given the Giants are the team highest in the draft order needing a QB, they may not be as inclined to trade prior to draft day and instead take the top QB in this draft, which is probably Dwayne Haskins or Drew Lock. Neither player would have been a first round quarterback last year or next year but desperate times call for desperate measures.This leaves the Broncos as the most likely team to trade for Brissett. They are far enough down in the draft order that at 10 overall, Haskins or Lock likely won’t be there. They have a valuable second round pick and multiple picks in rounds four and five to try to blow Ballard away. They make the most sense. Other, maybe less obvious trade options could involve a pick swap. My favorite option for this is actually with the Giants. Here’s my idea, the Giants send picks 37, 102, 126 and Landon Collins to the Colts who send back pick 90 and Jacoby Brissett. This of course assumes the Giants franchise tag Collins. The Colts would effectively net a high second round pick, a fourth round pick and Collins for Brissett and a drop of 12 spots in the draft. That would be a deal that would blow Ballard away but is still a reasonable offer if Collins isn’t in the Giants long term plans.Ultimately, Chris Ballard will do what he’s said he will do, he’ll listen to offers. If he’s blown away, which would likely need to be a high second round pick or more, and the fit is right for Jacoby Brissett, he’ll make the trade. If it’s not, Brissett will be wearing the Horseshoe next season. It’s really that simple. Regardless, it’s nice to be discussing positive, optimistic topics like these rather than what we’ve had in years past. With free-agency winding down, the Colts needs and options for the Draft are much clearer than at the beginning"Round 1, pick 26S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, FloridaPhoto by Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesGardner-Johnson is one of my favorite prospects in the entire Draft. He would be the perfect complement to Malik Hooker in the backfield. CGJ is the prototype of a modern safety. He is extremely versatile, being able to play as the lone center-fielder, on a two-deep scheme or also can cover man-to-man. Gardner-Johnson is also an excellent tackler who excels in run-support. The most interesting thing about CGJ is that, despite the fact that he would start right away in the backfield of the Colts defense, he still has plenty of room for improvement, and could become one of the league’s top safeties in the near future.Round 2, pick 34DL Jerry Tillery, Notre DamePhoto by Jonathan Daniel/Getty ImagesThis would be my dream Draft scenario for the Colts. After solidifying the back end of the defense Malik Hooker Jersey , the Colts get a monster in the trenches in the form of Jerry Tillery. Tillery is a massive (6’5’’, 306lbs) defensive tackle with incredible hand usage and explosiveness. He would help solidify the pass-rush from the inside of the line, something the Colts were extremely lacking last season.The problem with Tillery is that there are some questions about his work ethic and passion for the game, and he has a history of dirty plays. However, I personally think Ballard likes players that carry a mean demeanor in them. Quenton Nelson is not your “nice” type of player, why should Tillery, a defensive tackle, be nice? Leave that to #12.Round 2, pick 59WR Deebo Samuel, South CarolinaPhoto by Streeter Lecka/Getty ImagesDeebo Samuel fills an immediate need for the Colts as a shifty slot receiver to complement both Hilton and Funchess. He is the missing component the Colts offense desperately needed last season, an intermediate guy that can move the chains and get open on a play-to-play basis. Samuel can do it all for the Colts, and he is the type of Swiss-army knife that would excel with Andrew Luck at quarterback and in an offense where he would be the third option.He does have a bit of an injury history, but he is the type of versatile, outside the box play maker that Luck never had in his career.Round 3, pick 89CB Joejuan Williams, VanderbiltPhoto by Frederick Breedon/Getty ImagesWilliams is a long, physical cornerback with plenty of potential, but he could need one or two years to develop his technique and hone his craft, in order to reach his ceiling. Williams has all the tangibles needed to be a solid outside cornerback in the NFL, and he fits perfectly with the Colts, who already have Desir, Wilson, and Kenny Moore returning next season.Williams could serve as a depth player for his rookie year and could showcase his full potential once he is ready.Round 4, pick 129WR Damarkus Lodge, Ole MissPhoto by Frederick Breedon/Getty ImagesDoubling down on receiver in the first 5 picks might be considered too much, but the Colts started 1-5 last season mainly because of the receiver’s inability to catch, and Dontrelle Inman is still a free-agent. Lodge could become an Inman 2.0 Darius Leonard Jersey White , with a much higher ceiling. Lodge has probably the best releases out of the line I have seen in the Draft class. He is also a blue-collar type of player with excellent work ethic and willing to play the scrapper role on the field.The main knock on Lodge is that he did not run a complete route-tree in Ole Miss’ offense, and it is also worrying that he was the third option in that passing offense, so he might have benefited from easier match-ups.Round 4, pick 135DL Kingsley Keke, Texas A&MPhoto by Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesKeke is a raw, developmental prospect with plenty of upside but also a very high risk. He has all the physical tools to be at least a serviceable starter in the NFL but he is far too inconsistent to be great. Keke struggles with football IQ, technique and overall grip for the game, and he has not shown a remarkable work-ethic in order to improve on such things.Still, the Colts locker room culture could absorb Keke and shape him into the player he has the potential of being. Even though there is a big risk with drafting Keke, the Colts have perhaps the best shot at maximizing his enormous potential.Round 5, pick 164LB Tre Watson, MarylandPhoto by Matthew Holst/Getty ImagesBehind DROTY Darius Leonard the Colts are relatively thin at linebacker, and could use some depth. Tre Watson is a solid all-around player, that can fill in and do his job. He will not blow you away with extreme athleticism or big hits but he is a technically sound linebacker that has a knack for being in the right place. He may even take Anthony Walker’s spot by the end of the season, as Walker has a tendency of giving up the big play, while Watson almost never makes big mistakes.Round 6, pick 199S Ugochukwu Amadi, OregonPhoto by Steve Dykes/Getty ImagesAmadi is my favorite late round prospect of the entire class. He can play safety, nickel, or slot and is also a solid returner and special teamer. He provides the best value out of a 6th round pick and is also a natural born leader (Team Captain at Oregon). Amadi would be one of those under-the-radar pickups that make teams considerably better in the little things.Round 7, pick 240RB Ty Johnson, MarylandPhoto by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesJohnson is a small, boom-or-bust running back that can also provide great value as a special teamer. He knows how to use his small-frame to his advantage and does not have plenty of tread on his tires. Johnson would give the Colts a player that can take every ball he touches to the house, his inconsistency, however, will have to be worked on.
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