The NFL Is a Quarterback-Starved League

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Published: March 28, 2009

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... is the most important position.

Quarterbacks can lead teams to comeback victories, be a focal point to a championship team, and are usually the "face of the franchise" in the NFL.

But a problem is generating around the NFL: Not many teams have these talented Quarterbacks. Few teams are extremely lucky to say that they have and elite QB and would not upgrade in that position in any way, shape or form.

Let's have a look at the teams that have a very good starting Quarterback:

  • New England- Tom Brady (if healthy)
  • Pittsburgh- Ben Roethlisberger
  • Denver- Jay Cuter
  • San Diego- Phillip Rivers
  • Indianapolis- Peyton Manning
  • Arizona- Kurt Warner
  • New Orleans- Drew Brees
  • Philadelphia- Donovan McNabb
  • New York Giants- Eli Manning
  • Dallas- Tony Romo (without all of the distractions)

That is 10 teams out of 32 in the NFL. To put that into perspectiv...

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