The NFL invited all 32 teams to a workout this weekend featuring none other than Colin Kaepernick. With the amount of scrub that's starting around the NFL at QB (and backing up for that matter), some teams could use him immediately. While I stand behind the fact that pretty much half of the entire NFL should be at this damn workout, here are four teams where he could make an immediate impact:
Mitch Trubisky is not great and plays with absolutely zero confidence. You can argue that with me all you want, but you can literally see it in his face. I don't think he's absolutely terrible, but having some legit competition -- Chase Daniel doesn't count as 'legit competition' -- could be good for Mitch.
Jeff Driskel started a real live NFL game last week, in 2019. That right there should be reason enough to give Kaepernick a chance, anywhere. Matthew Stafford could end up being fine, but just in case there's a setback, Kaepernick is clearly a better option than Jeff Driskel.
With Cam Newton out indefinitely, Kyle Allen is doing a pretty good job, but that can't be the long-term option there. Even sitting the remainder of the season and getting a chance next year would be a step in the right direction.
With Joe Flacco out after being murdered by his offensive line once again, the Broncos are forced to start Brandon Allen until Drew Lock is ready. But what if he's not a good option either?