The game the other night got me thinking. If the coaching staff, mainly Jason Garrett, is comfortable with how Stephen Mcgee is progressing, could Jon Kitna be a valuable trade piece?
In a difficult situation, Kitna came in and wasn't our main problem last year. He can definitely still play. Some of the teams have major questions at the QB spot. You have some teams that have young QBs that they do not want to play right away. For example, let's just say that Matt Hasselbeck now with the Titans, who's been injury prone goes down in the next two weeks or even during the season, for an extended period of time, Jon Kitna has shown that he will help a young QB and is not a prima donna. He also is close to possibly retiring, so if a team trades for him this year, they could probably still go with the young QB next year. Also it might not just be a team with a rookie QB that he could be valuable too. Let's say Miami is not happy with Chad Henne or Matt Moore, that could be a spot for Kitna. What about Chicago? If Cutler goes down, and they don't believe in the backup, Mike Martz has a relationship with Kitna from Detroit. I don't know what the Cowboys could get for Kitna, but if a team loses a QB, it could be to our advantage because as we all know now: it's a QB league, and if you don't have a quality one, you really don't have a chance.