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Colts Wentz/Unknown 

Texans Mills/Watson/Unknown

Titans Tannehill/Unknown 

Jaguars Lawrence 

 

Saints Unknown 

Falcons Ryan 

Panthers Unknown 

Buccaneers Brady/Unknown 

 

Bills Allen 

Jets Wilson/Unknown 

Patriots Jones

Dolphins Tua/Unknown 

 

Cowboys Prescott 

Washington Unknown 

Eagles Hurts

Giants Jones/Unknown 

 

Chargers Herbert 

Raiders Carr/Unknown 

Chiefs Mahomes 

Broncos Unknown 

 

Seahawks Wilson/Unknown 

Cardinals Murray 

Rams Stafford 

49ers Jimmy G/Unknown 

 

Steelers Unknown 

Bengals Burrow 

Ravens Jackson 

Browns Mayfield/Unknown 

 

Packers Rodgers/Love/Unknown 

Vikings Cousins/Unknown 

Bears Fields/Unknown 

Lions Goff

 

There's 32 teams in the NFL

 

13 should be locked in as 2022 QB 

14 are toss ups pending trades or retiring 

5 are completely unknown 

 

That basically means that 19 out of 32 teams nearly 60% of the NFL could have new QBs.

 

If you split the toss ups in half cause let's be honest several will stay with team you still get slightly around 30% new QBs

 

The NFL as a whole might look very different next year!

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2 hours ago, RollerColt said:

I think this just shows we don't have much of a chance of getting a different QB next year. And I'm not a fan of Wentz at all anymore. 

 

At least we're not the Lions I guess. 

We could go the Brady route i.e. find yourself a young QB who has some intangibles and hope you can soak him in your system long enough while he comes into his own. Solid run game and defense prerequisites here.

Or we could go the Alex Smith route where the Chiefs just loaded up on playmakers on both sides of the ball, waiting till they could make the move for the guy they'd ID'd who most of the league slept on.

Or go the Tannehill route where we bring in a veteran for cheap and see if the change in scenery unlocks what his old team thought he'd have when they drafted him.

 

It's a lot of ifs and buts.....which honestly is what the position can be about many times. Even Allen, Herbert, and Mahomes had many who questioned them when drafted. Our scouts are going to EARN their wages. Whether its QB or playmakers, they're going to have to hit at even higher rates if we want to survive. My expectations are low, i'm just going to support my best and enjoy moments. I don't expect us to contend until we find a QB....our SB till then should be wresting the division from Tennessee, i think we can do that much

 

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18 hours ago, danlhart87 said:

Colts Wentz/Unknown 

Texans Mills/Watson/Unknown

Titans Tannehill/Unknown 

Jaguars Lawrence 

 

Saints Unknown 

Falcons Ryan 

Panthers Unknown 

Buccaneers Brady/Unknown 

 

Bills Allen 

Jets Wilson/Unknown 

Patriots Jones

Dolphins Tua/Unknown 

 

Cowboys Prescott 

Washington Unknown 

Eagles Hurts

Giants Jones/Unknown 

 

Chargers Herbert 

Raiders Carr/Unknown 

Chiefs Mahomes 

Broncos Unknown 

 

Seahawks Wilson/Unknown 

Cardinals Murray 

Rams Stafford 

49ers Jimmy G/Unknown 

 

Steelers Unknown 

Bengals Burrow 

Ravens Jackson 

Browns Mayfield/Unknown 

 

Packers Rodgers/Love/Unknown 

Vikings Cousins/Unknown 

Bears Fields/Unknown 

Lions Goff

 

There's 32 teams in the NFL

 

13 should be locked in as 2022 QB 

14 are toss ups pending trades or retiring 

5 are completely unknown 

 

That basically means that 19 out of 32 teams nearly 60% of the NFL could have new QBs.

 

If you split the toss ups in half cause let's be honest several will stay with team you still get slightly around 30% new QBs

 

The NFL as a whole might look very different next year!

Cute but Watson never suits up as a Texan ever again.

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And there aren't too many good QBs out there.

 

The college game has not developed NFL QBs.  CFB teams have switched to shorter mobile Qbs to improve their own situation, but those QBs are not doing great in the NFL.

 

Allen, Burrow, Herbert will rule.  Mahomes is the exception.  And they are all in the AFC.   DOH!  And even Lawrence plays in the AFC.

 

Can't think of any young QBs on their level that play in the NFC. (Stafford, but he's not young).  Please, nobody say Murray, LOL.

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4 hours ago, DougDew said:

And there aren't too many good QBs out there.

 

The college game has not developed NFL QBs.  CFB teams have switched to shorter mobile Qbs to improve their own situation, but those QBs are not doing great in the NFL.

 

Allen, Burrow, Herbert will rule.  Mahomes is the exception.  And they are all in the AFC.   DOH!  And even Lawrence plays in the AFC.

 

Can't think of any young QBs on their level that play in the NFC. (Stafford, but he's not young).  Please, nobody say Murray, LOL.

Murray was on my short list 

 

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On 1/24/2022 at 11:45 PM, danlhart87 said:

Colts Wentz/Unknown 

Texans Mills/Watson/Unknown

Titans Tannehill/Unknown 

Jaguars Lawrence 

 

Saints Unknown 

Falcons Ryan 

Panthers Unknown 

Buccaneers Brady/Unknown 

 

Bills Allen 

Jets Wilson/Unknown 

Patriots Jones

Dolphins Tua/Unknown 

 

Cowboys Prescott 

Washington Unknown 

Eagles Hurts

Giants Jones/Unknown 

 

Chargers Herbert 

Raiders Carr/Unknown 

Chiefs Mahomes 

Broncos Unknown 

 

Seahawks Wilson/Unknown 

Cardinals Murray 

Rams Stafford 

49ers Jimmy G/Unknown 

 

Steelers Unknown 

Bengals Burrow 

Ravens Jackson 

Browns Mayfield/Unknown 

 

Packers Rodgers/Love/Unknown 

Vikings Cousins/Unknown 

Bears Fields/Unknown 

Lions Goff

 

There's 32 teams in the NFL

 

13 should be locked in as 2022 QB 

14 are toss ups pending trades or retiring 

5 are completely unknown 

 

That basically means that 19 out of 32 teams nearly 60% of the NFL could have new QBs.

 

If you split the toss ups in half cause let's be honest several will stay with team you still get slightly around 30% new QBs

 

The NFL as a whole might look very different next year!

49ers Trey Lance...

Tampa-Unknown with Brady getting ready to announce retirement

Jags-Beathard a solid #2

Wash-Heincke a #2

Phins-Jacoby will be back down here

Atlanta-Felipe Franks a #2

 

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On 1/25/2022 at 6:10 PM, TaylorTheStudMuffin said:

If they could even just find a Davis Mills in the draft to hold them over that would be a step up. Mills was a third round pick. He would probably have success on this team. So how can we find the Mills of this draft. 

 

What about another Carson? I recall when we had enough TJ in Pacers TJ Warren, TJ McConell, TJ Leaf

 

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Going for some predictions here:

 

Colts - Wentz 

Texans - Mills

Titans - Tannehill 

Jaguars - Lawrence 

 

Saints - Jimmy G (spot 2) or Hill

Falcons -  Ryan (he could be moved, but cap hit is huge if I'm reading it correctly)

Panthers - Darnold

Buccaneers - Brady

 

Bills - Allen 

Jets - Wilson

Patriots - Jones

Dolphins - Rodgers

 

Cowboys - Prescott 

Washington - Heinicke

Eagles - Watson

Giants - Jones

 

Chargers - Herbert 

Raiders - Carr 

Chiefs - Mahomes 

Broncos - Jimmy G (spot 1) or Lock

 

Seahawks - Wilson

Cardinals - Murray 

Rams - Stafford 

49ers - Lance 

 

Steelers - Trubisky 

Bengals - Burrow 

Ravens - Jackson 

Browns - Mayfield 

 

Packers - Love 

Vikings - Cousins 

Bears - Fields 

Lions - Goff

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