The problem here is based on a few assumptions that are erroneous in nature:
1. What you or I think about Cam's future does not matter--the analysis is to attempt to read the tea leaves. So personal attacks over alternative opinions are stupid. What is there to suggest Cam is coming back? (there is an argument--and what you think is not part of it). What is there to suggest they will trade him? (If you cannot make that argument, you are too biased). I could make the argument for both sides--based on facts. When you use a term like "common sense," may I ask by whose standard?
2. The team is not obligated to pay Cam $35m if he has a good 2020---should he stay. Again--not what you or I think---does that fit the plan? The 7-year contract? The long-range transformation? If Cam were to stay in 2020, does that mean he is back? If so, does that mean a 32-year old 59% passer who can't run as well as he used to is the centerpiece for a rebuild?
You can argue both sides, but if you are unwilling to represent the other side because you think you have cornered the market on "Common Sense" then you have adopted a philosophy that what you think is right and all that oppose your emotions are wrong. That is bias---it is OK to have it and admit it, but do not call it "common sense."