I will go by divisions on what QB's I would take over JB as of now. I am going by eye test and trust more than anything:
AFC East - Brady
AFC West - Mahomes, Carr, Rivers
AFC North - Jackson
AFC South - Watson
-Now if JB outplays Watson tomorrow and the Colts win, I may change my mind on this.
NFC East - Wentz, Dak
NFC West - Wilson, Goff, Jimmy G
NFC North - Rodgers, Stafford
NFC South - Brees, Ryan
Technically by my eye test and trust I have 15 QB's I would take over JB. So I have JB rated 16th overall after breaking it all down. Top 16 is considered top half of the league. I would take JB over QB's like Cousins, Winston, Trubisky, Mayfield, and Darnold all day long if people are wondering. We also have the 2nd best QB in our division as of now.
K Moore is an underrated impact guy...especially in a game against a loose play QB where his tackling and blitzing moxie is tough to replace at the nickel position.
He has become a player with particular set of skills...
Multiple sources are reporting it. The Pacers and Sabonis are pretty far apart on contract talks, so the Pacers are actively involved in trade talks.
Unpopular opinion: I'd rather see them trade Turner than Sabonis. I understand what Turner brings defensively at the rim and that he can shoot the 3, but let's just compare stats during the last 2 years:
Sabonis (per 36 mins): 18.8 points, 12.5 rebounds, 55.3% shooting
Turner (per 36 mins): 16.5 points, 8.6 rebounds (!), 48.3% shooting
Sabonis (advanced stats): 19.8 PER, .600 true shooting %, 0.162 win shares/48
Turner (advances stats): 17.3 PER, .567 TS%, 0.133 win shares/48
Now just last year's stats, per 36:
Sabonis: 20.4 points, 4.2 assists, 13.5 rebounds, 59.0 FG%
Turner: 16.7 points, 2.0 assists, 9.0 rebounds, 48.7 FG%
And last year's advanced stats:
Sabonis: 21.9 PER, .630 TS%, 0.197 win shares/48
Turner: 18.0 PER, .567 TS%, 0.144 WS/48
There are obviously some stats where Turner outperforms Sabonis (eg. blocks, fewer turnovers), so I don't want to give the impression that I'm cherry-picking here. Turner has a higher ceiling, is more athletic, and has more potential/talent, which is why I think the Pacers could get more in return for him than for Sabonis. Sabonis has a higher floor and works harder; he maximizes his talent better than Turner. Trading Turner also opens up more possibilities because of his contract. If you trade Turner, you keep the less flashy, but more effective, player, while also getting more in return.
I would have loved to see the Pacers target Beal, but now that he signed his extension, I think that's out of the question.