Daniel Jones? Yeah, still a horrible pick. Like, franchise-breaking horrible.
There are any number of scenarios that would have been better than taking Jones at #6. Take arguably the best pass rusher in the draft. Trade down and get an extra pick or two. Take Josh Allen and trade for Josh Rosen. Take Dwayne Haskins. Draft Sam Darnold last year. Draft Drew Lock. Literally any of these (or some combination of them) would have been better.
Instead, I'm not quite sure what we got in return. With some sure things on the board, we got... a guy without all the necessary skills that was OK with a good QB coach? That maybe can get a little better... I haven't heard anybody say he's a "high ceiling" player? A guy who REALLY threw the ball well in shorts? Someone that with some development, might reach Alex Smith-like potential... I like Alex Smith as a player, but I wouldn't take him with the 6th overall pick when there's a Javon-Kearse type on the board to grab... and honestly, I see a lot more Andy Dalton than Alex Smith.
The Dexter Lawrence Pick was OK, but I don't know why you trade the best receiver in football to draft a run-stuffing DT when you already had the best one (but traded him for a fifth) and then have two other above-average ones on the roster... and you have no pass rush.
I like the Deandre Baker pick. I think he comes in and starts right away, I like his skill set... think he'll be a good one for us. Finally we get something right.
So yeah, at the end of the day, what would you rather have as your starters moving forward?
Sam Darnold, Odell Beckham, Josh Allen?
Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, Dexter Lawrence?
To me it's a pretty easy decision. We're gonna suck for a LONG time, fellas. We have to face the possibility that this front office might somehow be worse than the one it replaced...