Geno Smith’s Value Is Nothing
Geno Smith’s statistical output through two preseason games isn’t pretty.
So far, Smith is 14-of-27 for 126 yards with a touchdown and an interception. Couple this with his devastatingly bad 35 interceptions and eight fumbles in just 29 games started, and trade value would, of course, be hard to come by.
Even his status as a second-round pick becomes foggy thanks to the reputation of the man who drafted him and how poor the QB draft class was that season.
The only way Mike Maccagnan would receive anything for Geno is if he finds a team desperate for a QB. One serious injury in Week 3 of the preseason would have to happen for this to be a legitimate option.