Breaking Down the 2016 NFL Draft’s Top Quarterback Prospects

January 13, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's hard to get away from quarterback talk, even during draft season. Every year, the teams at the top of the draft tend to be looking for a savior, and the conversation turns from NFL quarterback wins in December to which prospect's knees are too thin in January.
In the top 10, only the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers seem to be in dire need of a passer, which throws a monkey wrench into this quarterback class. Usually, multiple teams are looking for a passer early on. Just using last year as an example, Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota were back-to-back quarterback selections to start the draft. In 2012, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin were the top two picks, with Ryan Tannehill not falling too far behind them as the eighth overall pick.
What may end up being the story of Day 1 is how teams with veteran passers were finally able to snag up some falling stars at the draft and develop prospects. The Dallas Cowboys are sitting there with the fourth overall pick, and ...

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