Between Josh Dobbs, Nick Mullens, and Jaren Hall, who will the Minnesota Vikings select to be their starting quarterback when they return from their bye in Week 14?
The Minnesota Vikings are entering a crucial junction of their season. They have a week off but are sitting at 6-6 after blowing two games to the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears. A major reason why the Vikings lost those games was because of the play of their quarterback.
Josh Dobbs threw some very ugly passes, failed to protect the football, made some extremely poor decisions, and has become a turnover machine. The conservative play-calling of the head coach doesn't help, but Dobbs is a major reason why the Vikings have dropped two straight.
Justin Jefferson's return to Minnesota's active roster will be a huge boost. But the big question is, who will be throwing him the ball?
Will the Vikings stick with Dobbs? Will Nick Mullens get a crack at it, or will the team turn to fifth-round rookie Jaren Hall and hope he brings some Brock Purdy-like magic to the team?
Let's make a case both for and against each option and ultimately predict who the Vikings will pick to be their starting quarterback when they return from their bye in Week 14 to take on the Las Vegas Raiders.