Last year's draft included a big 3 of quarterbacks, all of whom showed promise in their rookie seasons, though Bortles showed significantly less than the other two. Which of these QBs do you want today, and which do you want in the future?
As for me, I'll take Bridgewater today, mostly because he has the best overall supporting cast and by far the best defense. I also think his coaching is some of the best in the league, so as of right now, he's the most set up to succeed.
For the future, organizationally Bridgewater is the easy choice, but I prefer Bortles' skillset and size and think he'll still be the best of all 3.
It was really hard to overlook Derek Carr in both scenarios, but as of right now Teddy is better and while I like the addition of Amari Cooper, I don't believe in the Raiders organization at all. It's hard to pick the Jags over the Raiders, but the Jags at least had a winning tradition of some sort (the Raiders' winning tradition goes back a decade or more, so it's all but gone) before they fell as hard as they did, and I think they're built to be much better in 2-3 years. The Raiders have some great pieces, but I don't trust them to sit and wait and allow a coaching staff to establish a culture. Carr could be the next QB to have however many OCs in however many years.