With so many NFL teams looking to upgrade their quarterback, or at least improve the depth of their backups, there is little wonder that where the better free-agent quarterbacks land and who drafts the better prospects of the 2012 NFL draft class is of great interest to NFL fans.
The landscape is blurry due to the uncertainty of which two teams will be the eventual winners in the Peyton Manning and Robert Griffin III sweepstakes. Once those two players are accounted for, the rest of the NFL teams that want to land a quarterback can begin to target which free agents they want to go after and which rookies to move up their draft board.
For today's presentation, we are going to look at all 32 NFL teams and attempt to predict who will become the eventual starting quarterback that will finish the 2012 season as the starter for every team. Since there is no fool-proof way to predict or know which quarterbacks will go down with serious injuries, we are going to operate under the assumption that every quarterback enters the final month of the 2012 season healthy to give everybody a fighting chance to be considered.
On to the presentation.