Just last season, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was running away with the MVP award before he suffered an ACL injury. Then came Nick Foles, the man who led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl championship and is looking to get back there again.
With Foles lighting it up once again and owed a ton of money next year, we can't help but think of the fairly unlikely possibility that the Eagles decide to move forward with their Super Bowl hero and opting to trade Carson Wentz to get some pretty big value. Once again, probably not likely, but something fun to ponder, eh?
Here are four possible destinations for Wentz if this went entirely out of control.
4. Cincinnati Bengals
Another year, another Andy Dalton-led Bengals team that did absolutely nothing.
We've all seen Dalton's upside, and it wasn't really that great. The Bengals have zero guaranteed money left on his deal after this season, which means they can get out of his cap hits for the next two seasons without taking on dead money.
Imagine guys like A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd and Joe Mixon with a real QB? Good luck stopping that offense.
3. Denver Broncos
Ever since Peyton Manning left, Denver Broncos general manager and president of football operations John Elway has failed to find the long-term solution at quarterback.
Case Keenum is a nice bridge to the next guy, but he's not the answer. Elway could solve the quarterback issue by bringing in Wentz, who would immediately make them contenders again.
2. Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins have been banking on quarterback Ryan Tannehill to be their guy for years now, but it just hasn't worked out like they hoped it would.
Owner Stephen Ross has made it clear he's considering sweeping changes, which could include Tannehill.
If the Fins ever want to get over the bump, they'll need an upgrade at QB. Wentz fits that perfectly.
1. Jacksonville Jaguars
Let's be honest here for a second, the Jacksonville Jaguars have the worst QB tandem in the league.
Both Blake Bortles and Cody Kessler are holding them back from competing for championships because they are both just absolutely awful.
The defense is ready to win now, and so is Carson Wentz. Putting an electric QB like Wentz alongside Leonard Fournette and opposite that defense and you got yourself an AFC contender for years to come.