5. Gardner Minshew
There were times with the Jacksonville Jaguars that Gardner Minshew appeared to be more than capable of being a starter in this league. Minshew spent two seasons with the Jaguars before moving to Philly to backup Jalen Hurts. Minshew has been forced into action both years in Philly and has played well as a backup showing obvious rust but giving his team a chance and being unafraid to attempt to make the big plays.
With reps and the right system, there is still reason to believe that Gardner could be a starter in this league. Forced into a backup role due to how little was around him and where he started his career shows just how influential location and coaching are when it comes to how the league and fans view quarterbacks.
Gardner would be a great option to sit behind Ridder as a player who has already dealt with a lot in his young career and could prove to be a quality starter if Atlanta was forced to start Minshew.