1. Sam Bradford
I said the options were not going to be great. This is kind of what you get at this point of the season, but then again, the Chargers are not trying to sign someone to make a difference.
Bradford would not be an awful signing as he does provide a veteran presence for the team and perhaps Justin Herbert could learn a thing or two from the former first overall pick. If push comes to shove and Bradford has to come in the game at least the Chargers will get a game-manager that (hopefully) wouldn’t make any massive mistakes.
His playstyle does not fit the team’s playbook as much and he did not play at all in 2019 or for most of 2018. However, we have seen crazier things happen with quarterbacks being signed years after they were active and this would not be any different.
Bradford’s last appearance came early in 2018 before he was benched for Josh Rosen, who at the time was viewed as the team’s franchise quarterback but has since become a practice squad quarterback himself.