Donovan McNabb could be the hardest player on this list to choose a spot for. Many consider the Vikings a possible option, that isn't as promising as most think.
McNabb has never been a journeyman as a quarterback, so he is likely looking for a place to finish out his hall of fame career.
While Ponder looks to be the future in Minnesota, McNabb wouldn't make sense as his stay might be shorter than expected. If the Vikings are out of playoff contention towards the end of the season, Ponder might start getting snaps to gain some much needed experience.
Anyway you put it, Ponder will be the everyday starter in 2012.
I look for McNabb to land in a place that always gives players extra chances, Oakland.
Yeah, I know Oakland just traded for a Washington quarterback last year, but he didn't pan out to well.
The Raiders could be a sleeper in the terrible AFC West, and with a good, smart veteran quarterback they could challenge for a playoff spot.
Al Davis has never been an owner afraid of making bold moves, and with a pretty good duo in the backfield, McNabb could serve as a legit option to get their passing game going.
McNabb had his worst season in his career in Washington, eventually being replaced by Rex Grossman (yeah, that's embarrassing).
Washington eventually signed him to a questionable extension shortly after benching him, but now it seems that he might not be there for much longer.
With the Redskins looking to possibly rebuild, getting a few draft picks from Oakland wouldn't hurt.
My Pick: Oakland Raiders