That hasn't stopped other teams in the past. I could see the new regime moving on from both Flowers & Stafford. The cost in dead money is offset by the money off the cap that allows them to sign replacements that better match their vision. It costs money to revamp.
Get what you are saying, and can't rule it out. Just think it's more likely to happen with Stafford this offseason. Getting rid of Flowers would actually cost them 7 million more than it saves them, Stafford would save them 10. Getting rid of both of them this offseason means they lose the ability to spend roughly 1/3 of their salary cap next year. Again, can't rule it out, just think Flowers stays put for one more year