Definitely not at the top of the depth chart. No. 1 and No. 2 are locked in as long as Aaron Rodgers and Brett Hundley are upright.
You have to like what undrafted rookie Taysom Hill has been doing, though. He was 4-of-5 for 69 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles. He also ran for 14 yards, which kind of pathetically tied him for the most rushing yards by a Packer in that game.
Then there was the 6-of-11 for 49 yards against Washington. More importantly, there were the team-high 38 yards rushing and the game-winning TD.
The guy is pretty dynamic.
And yes, he’s doing it against scrubs, but it’s hard not to think there’s something there.
That brings us to our boy Joe Callahan. As the de facto starting quarterback during the 2016 preseason, Callahan was surprisingly good. He was solid against Philadelphia, finishing 10-of-16 for a team high 103 yards.
He only got the opportunity to throw three passes against Washington. Of course, the sieve-like offensive line didn’t help that situation.
That being the case, we know Joe Callahan can play in this league.
That leaves the Packers with a choice. Forget about the third quarterback and cut both guys. Keep Callahan and continue to groom him, while hoping Hill gets through to the practice squad. Go with the athletic guy and let Callahan find work elsewhere.
Or, how about this one?
The Packers thought about trading Brett Hundely during the draft. Trade him now to some QB-needy team and keep both Callahan and Hill.
Is there actually a QB-needy team out there who would bring in a new guy at this point? Likely only if an injury hit. See Jay Cutler in Miami.
But the Packers suddenly seem to have plenty of nice quarterbacks. It certainly is a far cry from the B.J. Coleman, Graham Harrell days.