So in a week when Campbell had a game that once again has been viewed completely differently depending on which side of the JC Hater/JC Supporter debate you live in I propose the definitive argument, however it comes with some basic common sense regulations that accept NFL reality as it stands.
We cant just go out and grab Peyton Manning, and every change you do propose comes with a cost.. If we had gone and got Cutler in the pre-season we would be without 1st Rd picks for 2 years, same for Sanchez. You go and get Bradford this year that means we can not get an O-Line pick and we spend 30-60 mil on an unproven rookie with potential shoulder issues AND AGAIN no top level O-Line pick.
You cant just say, "get rid of Jason" without a plan and without an acceptance of the cost it will entail. You wanna trade for Matt Shaub lets say, well that means losing probably a 1st and 2nd rd pick.
So if you are anti-Campbell I can sypathise with that view, dont agree with it, but can understand it and dont view it as wrong neccesarily, if I could swap Campbell for Philip Rivers tomorrow I would do it with no hesitation, but that is not an option and that is what you have to factor in to your views on what to do at QB, you must factor in the cost!!! one more time.... the cost of any change (and to be fair the cost of keeping him) has to be factored in to what you would do.
Please for this thread no personal attacks, no "your an idiot". no "he's useless" respect each others views, keep it civilized and let the great debate begin!!!!
My opinion for what its worth (and this has been influenced by other contributors to this site), keep JC, get rid of WCO, accept JC's strengths and limitations for what they are... he can be a safe QB who will not lose you games but wont win you many by himself either ......so base your game around running the ball, strong D (which we have) and good special teams (which we need) and change/return the culture of the team to a running, smash em up safe football team.