Originally Posted by ChiefAshhole20
Initially you aren't sitting him, you give him the starting job off the bat and let him run with it. There is zero reason to rush Geno to play, let him sit and learn the same as Rodgers did. Lets say Foles dominates with his playing time, now you have two young quality QBs to work with and Andy is known for trading off his QBs that he developed for draft picks (See Kolb and Feeley). I just don't see any reason not to do this, especially with the price of Foles' contract that he would bring, there isn't a QB in the entire market that can come here that cheap.
You're thinking about this logically. Step back and look at it the way it almost always happens in the NFL.
If they trade a 3rd for Foles, he's the starter. He's not a stopgap or a backup.
And If they draft Geno #1 overall, he's going to start.