With the Green Bay Packers turning an already dicey quarterback situation nightmarish, it could be in their best interest just to cut bait with Jordan Love and reaffirm their commitment to Aaron Rodgers.
Since being selected 26th overall by Green Bay, a surprise to everyone at the time, Love has had a year to learn under one of the league's best passers and possesses the prototypical size and speed for today's modern NFL quarterback.
If Green Bay does make Love available, the Washington Football Team might find itself at the front of the line of potential suitors, as the Utah State product would be a wildly more affordable acquisition option than Detroit's Matthew Stafford or Houston's Deshaun Watson. A first-round pick could get it done for Love, whereas the others might cost upwards of two first-rounders just to have a seat at the negotiating table.
Thus, it's time for another rendition of Eric Bickel's Commercial Break Film Study, in which EB, in his signature thoroughness, consumes as much information on a passer as he can in the span of a four-minute commercial break and then gives his well-researched findings. All with the efficiency of a savant.
If you missed it, here was his measured take on first-round prospect Trey Lance.