2010 NFL QB Struggles: Nine Teams to Replace their Signal-Caller in 2011

September 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The number of young quarterbacks in the NFL continues to grow at an extremely fast pace, with almost 20 teams starting a different player this coming Sunday than just five years ago.
These players represent a significant culture change in the NFL. It’s now critical that a team respond to their quarterback instantly; if not, a replacement will be signed, traded for, or drafted.
The term “what have you done for me lately” is not just important for the passers, it is also important that coaches, coordinators, and general managers all increase the win column any way they can. At times, the way for a team to change its fortune is simply to change its quarterback.
With such an culture, it is not unusual to see several teams chase their next savior in the NFL Draft. Teams will do anything to secure the selection of the guy that just might turn everything around. Which teams will we see make a run for a pass thrower in the 2011 draft? Here are the suspects...

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