That logic is so unsound, its laughable. "John doesn't like shrimp, so who is he to say that my chicken tastes bad?" Those things literally have nothing to do with each other. And whether you like it or not, the protests are illiciting a negative response from a sufficiently significant population within the NFL fanbase. So the protests are actually dangerous to his business.
I support the message of the protests and also don't agree with the backlash that they somehow are anti-American or something. But people need to stop being dumb and acting like actions don't have consequences. You can't spit in someone's face and then cry foul when they tear off your lips.
I always wonder if posters like the OP even think things out before they post stuff like this. I imagine he is not a fan of Grigson either so lets assume that we do trade Luck and get a kings ransom for him.
Do you really have faith that Grigson, who has whiffed on guys like Richardson, Werner, and potentially Dorsettt, can nail all of those picks to be worth giving up your franchise QB?
If you trade Luck you are firing Pagano and Grigson as well as there is no way you can say this team is where it is just solely on Luck. So now you have no franchise QB, no coach, nor a GM. That is just way to much to have to deal with in two offseasons.
Yes, Luck is making some bad decisions out there, but when you are in a position that you have to make a play and score every drive it is bound to happen. This team is in the same position as Manning's team. It all depends on Luck to make up for the impotence of the rest of the team. He struggles and it is over. So of course he is going to force things and take chances because he knows he has to. His defense gives up 14 points in 3 minutes.
Luck is the least of our worries. How about we solidify our OL and a get something that resembles a profesional defense before we look at Luck?