Finding Best Fits for 2016 NFL Draft’s Top Quarterbacks

March 24, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Drafting a quarterback is not just about need. It’s about fit. Since they're in the most difficult position to transition from college to the pros, quarterbacks need offenses catered to their skill sets, coaching staffs willing to develop them and teammate support to encourage their growth.
While the 2016 NFL draft quarterback class doesn’t offer talents on par with Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota, it has eight to 10 passers with the upside to grow into viable, if not high-level, NFL starters. But their success is predicated on landing in the right system. Landing in a situation that isn’t best suited for the quarterback, whether it’s schematic or supporting talent, can prove to be a wasted draft pick, hurting both the franchise and passer.
While it’s unlikely these quarterback-team fits will all come to fruition, these are the landing spots that would be most conducive to each quarterback finding success in the NFL. These quarterbacks aren&rsqu...

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