NFL Draft 2010: Making the Case for Second-Day Quarterbacks

April 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The first goal of any NFL team is to make sure it has a “franchise” quarterback. 
What separates Detroit and Tampa Bay from the other top drafting teams is that both feel they have now found a young quarterback prospect they can build around.
Because of this, the motivation for a team on the hunt to expand its first choice on a quarterback is quite high.  Finding a long-term face for one’s franchise generally takes precedence.
This year the first-round choices for quarterback are obvious.
Jimmy Clausen and Sam Bradford have considerably separated themselves from the rest of the pack and both are considered top-ten draft picks in a crop that has no mid-late first round talent at the position.
But neither is the surefire choice that instills instant confidence. 
Jimmy Clausen treads the fine line between confidence and arrogance, and a false step into the later conjures up images of another highly touted prospect whose attitu...

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