This Year’s Models: Five NFL Quarterbacks Who Could Be Starters by Week 17

August 20, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After the three-headed monster that was Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III took the NFL by storm last season, the expectations for the 2013 draft class of quarterbacks have been changed. No one took a quarterback until the middle of the first round (and after that, it took until pick 39 for the second signal-caller to go), meaning that no team saw the talent of a Luck or an RGIII in any of these rookies.
However, the instant success of these quarterbacks (and encouraging signs from others such as Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden) has also put a lot of pressure on the first-year quarterbacks who do play to pick up the speed of the game quickly.
Fortunately, there are a handful of quarterbacks who could be starting games, and making some impressions, before their rookie seasons are over. Some of them could be getting in games once the season is winding down and their teams are looking towards the future. A couple of others, however, could very well be taking sn...

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