Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Vacard, Mar 18, 2018.
Should be if Kiezer and Rodgers are back.
Almost certainly, but what have you seen that warrants interest?
Hundley is hot garbage. I would take Blaine Gabbert over him.
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- In one trade, the Green Bay Packers made two intentions clear: Brett Hundley won't be handed the backup quarterback job again, and they're serious about overhauling their defense.
In his first major move as general manager, Brian Gutekunst sent cornerback Damarious Randall to the Cleveland Browns in exchange for quarterback DeShone Kizer in a trade consummated Friday. The teams also swapped picks in the fourth and fifth rounds, meaning the Packers moved to the top of those rounds.
The Packers were interested in DeShone Kizer during last year's draft; he finished the season leading the league in interceptions, at 22. AP Photo/Keith Srakocic
Clearly, the Packers weren't satisfied with the way Hundley performed last season after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone. Although Hundley kept the Packers alive in the playoffs until Rodgers returned in Week 15, he did so just barely. He went 3-6 as a starter (including two losses after Rodgers went back on injured reserve following his one-week return), but two of those wins came over bottom-tier teams (Cleveland and Tampa Bay) -- and both in overtime.
Hometown product who said he’ll love to play for the Cards
More Accurate and more athletic then Gabbert. Higher upside then any qb who will be remaining at the 15th.
Hundley was terrible, his passes were off, no velocity and tended to float with poor trajectory. I think his NFL career is over.
60 percent completion percentage. He’s accurate, that’s all I could say lol
I thought he looked worse than Gabbert. Hundley was awful.
dude looked like a rookie...deer in the headlights, lol... he got better with playing time but he was so not ready.
I would love to play for the Cards. They won't sign me. Hundley sat in Green for 3 years and showed no progress from his non illustrious career performance at UCLA. Good athlete , bad QB.
me too, but i'd take hundley over glennon
Of course he wants to play close to home. Too bad he can’t read a defense and make good decisions under pressure
Hundley played to his pre-draft rating and after three years on the bench didn't shine when he had the spotlight.
Like Gabbert with the Cards, he missed his opportunity to seize the day and show he was indeed starter material.
Both he and Gabbert may well hang around the league as backups but only after guys already on the roster start going down.
Blew the audition to earn the Golden Ticket to Hollywood.
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