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The "What If" Game

With Todd "is our quarterback" Collins having a miserable game against the Panthers, there's a chance that he may find himself out of a job sometime this week. If that were to happen, would you feel comfortable picking up any of these players to fill our third, possibly even second string position?

Patrick Ramsey - A 1st round draft pick by the Redskins in 2002, the 31 year old Ramsey has now played for six NFL teams. Last seen in New Orleans, Ramsey is currently a free agent and looking for work.

Josh McCown - Prior to the season, many (including myself) believed that Josh McCown was the most logical choice as a backup for the Bears. McCown has an NFL career 71.6 QB rating and has played in the Martzfense when he was in Detroit. He's also played for the Panthers, which as we've come to know, almost makes him a lock.

Jeff Garcia - The 40 year old Garcia has played for seven NFL teams, and has seen success at the games highest level. He's currently one of the signature players in the UFL, and might be next to impossible to lure away.

Chris Simms - After being released by the Broncos at the end of last season, Simms signed on for a second stint with the Titans earlier this year. In July, Simms was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated with marijuana in New York and then was released from the Titans' roster a few months later.

JaMarcus Russell - Drafted #1 overall in the 2007 NFL draft, Russell has been a huge disappointment. Russell has a career 65.2 passer rating, and has an 18-23 TD/Interception ratio. On top of his struggles on the field, he's also had his fair share of issues off the field. In July, JaMarcus was arrested for being in possession of codeine syrup without a valid prescription.

Other - Explain in the comments.