Since the Washington Redskins decided to acquire Alex Smith in a trade, it is obvious that the Redskins will not re-sign Kirk Cousins. Cousins completed 64.3% of his passes for 4,093 yards 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions last season with the Redskins. Since Cousins will probably not return to the Redskins, where will he be throwing passes next season?
New York Jets: The Jets need a quarterback since Christian Hackenberg and Josh McCown isn’t simply working out. Cousins is in love with the Jets offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates. New York doesn’t need to waste the sixth overall pick in the draft on a quarterback if they don’t need to.
Buffalo Bills: They went 9-7 and made it to the playoffs for the first time since 1999. Buffalo doesn’t think Tyrod Taylor is the answer and Cousins would make the offense look better because they also have LeSean McCoy and a very good defense.
Miami Dolphins: I don’t think Ryan Tannehill is the answer for the Miami Dolphins. Cousins would have a great offensive weapons around him in Kenyan Drake, Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills, and DeVante Parker. Adam Gase is a quarterback guru.
Denver Broncos: They have missed the playoffs in the past two seasons. Denver has a great defense, but they simply haven’t had good quarterback play recently and Broncos linebacker Von Miller made a pitch for Denver to sign him.
Arizona Cardinals: With Carson Palmer now retired, the Cardinals don’t necessarily have a quarterback reliable on the roster at the moment. Arizona has a great defense and they have David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald on offense to help Cousins out.
Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings has one of the best rosters in the NFL and they are unsure of their quarterback situation. Sam Bradford, Teddy Bridgewater, and Case Keenum are all free agents and the Vikings may not sign any of them. Bradford is injury prone, Bridgewater hasn’t started in a game in over two years, and Keenum might be a one-hit wonder.