Matt Hinton makes the case for… well, actually, nobody.
Honestly, it’s a crap shoot.
Burrow is probably the safest pick, given that he’s surrounded by the best team, but statistically speaking, he’s nothing to write home about. (His 2018 stats are a decline from his predecessor’s.) Mond looks to me to have the highest upside of the bunch (and a good quarterbacks coach in Fisher), but he’ll be working with a revamped offense that will have a shaky running game, so who knows how that will go?
I could go on — Bentley has been erratic and turnover-prone. Guarantano gets a decent coach, but has to play behind a very questionable offensive line. We’ve already seen Franks work his magic.
Who you got?