Discuss: Who has made the best move at QB?

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This is far from over.

The Saints and Panthers have reportedly sent offers to the Houston Texans for Deshaun Watson. Seattle has draft ammo now. Once this domino falls, Jimmy Garoppolo is likely on the move next, and then Mitchell Trubisky and Marcus Mariota become options. The draft is next month, too, and Go Long’s Bob McGinn talked at length to the scouts about this year’s class.

(It’s also worth tracking Tom Brady’s every move.)

But, so far, who has handled the quarterback position best this offseason? Let us know what you think in this week’s discussion forum below.

The Packers convinced Aaron Rodgers to stick around, bypassing an opportunity to map a new future with most any package of picks and players they could’ve demanded. They’ll take on salary cap problems down the line for at least one more shot at a ring. He’s a back-to-back MVP so, of course, you can follow the logic. Given the rest of the division is rebuilding — if this is purely about football — it was always best for Rodgers to stay, too. Green Bay should waltz to yet another division title.

Indianapolis decided to cut bait on Carson Wentz. Honestly, I’m surprised this pairing with Frank Reich did not pan out. GM Chris Ballard has done a lot right but, until he finds a quarterback, this team will remain in 9-win no man’s land. Is the third time a charm in Washington for Wentz?

Here’s thinking the Denver Broncos made out best. They’ve got a solid roster and a sneaky-good receiving corps. Russell Wilson immediately makes this team a legitimate contender — he and Nathaniel Hackett are kindred spirits. I don’t think I’ve met many people as passionate about the sport as these two. Their energy is real, and off the charts. Expect these two to spend long, long hours plotting a plan of attack together this offseason in an absolutely loaded AFC West.

The trade did not come cheap. But Wilson is worth it.