Campbell posted 20 TDs to 15 INTs, almost 3700 yards, all while being sacked 46 times and with a mediocre core of wide receivers. His completion percentage has improved from 53 to 60 to 62 to this season's 64 over the past four seasons. He had the 15th best passer rating in the league and amassed almost 400 more yards than last year with only one more passing attempt. All of these facts sum up to make Campbell one of the most prominent QB targets for teams that want someone young with upside, unlike McNabb (old, probably going to decline, and heavy pricetag). He is also more proven than Vick (recent history). If Farve or Warner do not come back he would seemingly be a great fit. Both have great defenses, good/great lines, good/great WRs, and good/great RBs which would mean they really only need someone who can manage the game and throw TDs along the way (unlike Jackson or Leinart). ARZ's WRs would make Campbell better than what he is and Beanie Wells appears to be able to make their running game a larger part of the offense. Sidney Rice is rapidly rising to star status and Harvin is not far behind, this along with the second best RB in the league would also make life easy for Campbell when coupled with the 2nd best o-line in football (Jets).
Perhaps STL want Suh and a QB, there is another situation that makes a lot of sense. Perhaps BUF is finally getting the picture that need a QB and if Tebow (stretch anyway), Claussen, and Bradford are gone their options are Campbell or one of the aforementioned old with limited upside or the question mark that is Vick.
Other QB options in draft:
LeFevour bandwagon, please read analysis:
That being said, the tenured contract requires teams to forfeit a 1st round pick to sign him. Perhaps we do them a favor and only demand a 2nd rounder. In which case we have two 2nd rounders, perhaps a phenomenal one if the trade were with STL. This along with Free Agency should be able to get the line back in the right direction and justify taking a shot at a franchise QB.
Here are some of the likely 2nd round lineman:
There is also a pretty good chance that some team, Jets last year, become obsessed with one of these guys and makes us a deal we cannot refuse for the pick.