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With the number of teams still looking for long term solutions at quarterback (the Redskins, the Browns, the Colts, the Jets, the Bills, the Broncos, the Cardinals, the Raiders, the Dolphins and the Seahawks), and only two quarterbacks worthy of a first round selection, I wouldn't be shocked if there was a huge run on quarterbacks in the second round.
To complicate things further, multiple quarterbacks have shown flashes of greatness at one point or another.
Ryan Tannehill is a borderline first rounder after just over a year at the position.
Nick Foles threw for a ton of yards this season, is a big guy and has an even bigger arm.
Kirk Cousins was perhaps the most polished quarterback who threw at the combine.
Brandon Weeden would be a sure-fire first rounder if he was a few years younger.
Russell Wilson would be a sure-fire first rounder if he was a few inches taller.
Brock Osweiler is the tallest prospect in years and he has a big arm with tremendous upside.
All of these quarterbacks could go as early as the second round. Every team knows this, and just like last year, once one is selected, it could trigger a run at the position. I'm willing to bet that happens.