Skylar Thompson is definitely not who I thought he would be. When we drafted him, I thought he would be someone in the realm of Brandon Doughty. I figured that he would likely be cut and signed to the practice squad. Effectively, he would be a practice squad guy that we try and develop. After last night's game, it is pretty clear that we found real value in the draft. Don't get me wrong, I am not saying that we found Tom Brady 2.0 or anything like that. The one thing that I can tell you is that he certainly looks like he belongs out on the field. I also think that if he had to come into a game, I would not think that it is a sure thing that we are losing that game. This is where the problem begins. I pretty confidently think that if we cut him, he is getting claimed. I also do not think that he has any trade value. We could keep three QBs, but that is essentially taking a roster spot away from us. Worst of all, it could be an eventuality that we wind up cutting him anyway as players get banged up. I do think that there might be some takers for Bridgewater. I could see Cleveland and the Jets being interested. Side note - I am not afraid of the Jets getting Teddy whatsoever. We could possibly land a late round draft pick or another corner would be really, really nice. I do think that trading Teddy comes with a risk. Tua has never been able to stay completely healthy, and if he were to be out for an extended time, I do not think the season would be lost with Teddy at the helm.