Minshew Mania is running rampant in Philadelphia after his dazzling debut against the Jets, but the train could be headed to another station according to Ian Rapoport.

Even prior to filling in for an injured Jalen Hurts, Gardner Minshew was already drawing trade interest, and now after his Week 13 performance, the gunslinger could permanently be on the move this offseason.

When Philly traded with the Jaguars for him, they gave up a sixth-rounder. Under contract through 2022, Minshew could generate enough interest to give the team an interesting choice next offseason.

Most teams view Minshew as at least a bridge starter with upside; at worst he’s a high-level backup. Could he generate at least a mid-round pick, giving the Eagles an upgrade considering what they gave up in compensation? Perhaps.

In the win over the Jets, Minshew was 20 of 25 for 242 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions, showing that at worst he can be a mid to high-level starter for a team who could be a signal-caller away from contention.