(Spoiler alert: He contradicts himself in the second paragraph.)
Basically, his argument is this:
1) bench Garrard,
2) Garrard might be the best QB the Jags have,
3) the Jags should have just gotten a better QB somewhere, you know, one of those starting-caliber NFL quarterbacks wandering around.
The Garrard mention is attached below if you feel like wasting your time reading it. (I think I did a nice public service reading it for everyone and explaining what a bunch of nonsense it is.)
Florio's probably one of those experts who said the Jags should have just traded out of #10, gotten a bunch of extra draft picks, and still taken Alualu late second round where he thinks he should have been drafted.
The coach doesn't really believe in him. The owner doesn't really believe in him. So why in the heck is Garrard the Jaguars' starting quarterback?
Of course, Garrard might be better than Luke McCown. But even if Garrard remains at the top of the depth chart, he should be on a short leash for 2010.
In turn, the Jaguars should have found a better option in the offseason. They clearly don't love the guy. It makes no sense to keep him around.