The last two NFL seasons might have finalized the fact that the NFL has become a year-by-year league.
Tom Brady transferred to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and won his seventh Super Bowl.
The result was not too shabby as the Rams followed the Buccaneers’ script, winning Super Bowl LVI on their home field.
In the 2022 season, the movement of quarterbacks may intensify, as shared in this tweet by football personality Trey Wingo.
Jameis Winston, Carson Wentz, Jimmy G, Aaron Rodgers, DeShaun Watson, Russell Wilson. Potentially the wildest offseason for QB moves of all time
— trey wingo (@wingoz) February 24, 2022
He’s spot on because franchise quarterbacks rarely move teams.
They often stick to one team until they retire.
However, the current age of mobility tells that there’s nothing wrong with moving to another team if your current squad hasn’t provided enough help.
Players have more power thanks to free agency, and they always threaten to leave if they couldn’t get their demands.
Last season, Wilson threatened to leave the Seattle Seahawks if the team couldn’t improve their offensive line.
After the 2021 season, several teams are likely sending trade proposals to acquire his services.
Where Could The Other Quarterbacks Land?
Watson reportedly declared the Buccaneers and the Minnesota Vikings as the two teams within his radar.
However, his availability is still uncertain due to the legal issues he’s facing.
But he would be of tremendous help football-wise for any team that would have him.
Wentz will likely be on his way out of the Indianapolis Colts and the team might pursue Wilson or Rodgers.
Those two Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks might consider Indianapolis due to their solid offensive line and Jonathan Taylor.
This offseason is shaping up to be a wild one.
If it does turn out as predicted, the days without football games might not be as boring.