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Amazingly, a team that has had some of the greatest quarterbacks in history, and a current great, has franchise passing records belonging to its backup quarterback.
Even more amazingly, the records were set in the player's probable last game as a Packer.
There at least five teams this offseason in desperate need of a new signal caller. There are two star QBs who will be definitely taken in the Top 10 of the draft, and not much below them.
As of February 2, 2012, the best free-agent quarterbacks are Jason Campbell, Brian Hoyer and Matt Flynn.
All three are relative gambles, Campbell coming out of an injury, Hoyer having never started a pro game and Flynn starting just one.
The Packers cannot keep Flynn. He would cost them too much money, especially when Miami comes knocking on his door with a massive paycheck.
Having a solid backup is nice, but paying at least a projected $4 million a year to keep a guy only two years younger than your starter is ludicrous.
Say bye-bye, Cheeseheads.