Just posing a question about what you think we should do next year about our QB situation. Now in order to properly frame this question, let's assume two things: Alex has a solid season this year. Nothing super spectacular, but also nothing awfully shameful. Just solid. Also, we don't finish last to automatically win the Luck sweepstakes.
Do you think we should:
1) Stick with Kap as our QB1, and go with either Tolzien, a resigned Smith or some other vet FA as the backup?
2) Keep Kap as the go-to backup, but go for someone else either in FA (Flynn?) or the draft (Moore? Trade up big time to get Luck?) as a more reliable, ready starter?
3) Another route? Maybe even resign Smith once again to start?
IMO, I'm not that big on Kap, and his preseason performance didn't help. I'm an awareness/accuracy over athletic ability type of guy, so I knew right off the bat I wouldn't like him as our future QB. Backup? Awesome, stick him in the Josh Johnson role. But not starter.
I pick option 2, and specifically the two I mentioned, draft Moore in the 3rd or sign Flynn. Luck will be too pricey to trade up for, I'd rather keep our 1st and 2nd picks for two of either a CB, WR, FS or OL, in that priority.