So my question is rather simple; the Packers are in the market for a decent QB to back up the boss (pronounced ba - ouss). They have shown the willingness to train up experimental QBs (see Seattle's newest addition), and have good success in finding quality backups and getting them ready for other teams.
Justifications in the comment box.
On a personal note, I am picking a 6th-7th round pick. There isn't much of a chance that Tebowmania will inflict Green Bay, because Rodgers is the Boss. I'd have Tebow as a backup / emergency TE / FB position.
What sort of strategy would you implement for getting Tebow on the Green Bay Packers?
Denver drafted him as a 1st rounder, won a Division, and a playoff game, so a 1st Round and an additional pick. (1 vote)
He was a 1st Rounder, so give them what he costed. (0 votes)
A 2nd, 3rd round pick would be good for Tebow (2 votes)
a Mid Round pick, 3rd or 4th becuase we've got other needs (7 votes)
He's not very good but has some value, a 6th or 7th rounder, fix him up, display him once or twice during blowouts and trade him off for a higher pick. (18 votes)
Wait until he clears waivers, then pick him up for the league minimum. (5 votes)
I don't want him on my team even if our first 10 options at QB were killed by raging badgers (31 votes)
64 total votes