Quarterbacks are dominating the league in recent times. It seems like if teams want a chance at a S Bowl, they need a great signal-caller to get them there. Don’t believe me? Look at the last four Super Bowls: Tom Brady vs. Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger vs. Aaron Rodgers, Peyton Manning vs. Drew Brees, and Kurt Warner vs. Ben Roethlisberger.
The Washington Redskins have started 13 different quarterbacks since 2000. Only one of those quarterbacks, Jason Campbell, started 16 games in consecutive years. It’s safe to say the Redskins have a bit of a quarterback problem on their hands.
Last year, John Beck and Rex Grossman battled it out for the starting spot. On almost any other team, that would have been the battle for the number two or three spot on the depth chart.
So what do the Redskins do this year at the quarterback position? I take an in-depth look at the eight guys who have the best chance of being behind center for the Washington Redskins in 2012.