Every team in the NFL had multiple questions heading into the offseason.
The Denver Broncos, Tennessee Titans, San Francisco 49ers, Miami Dolphins and Arizona Cardinals all shared the same question at some point this offseason: Will Peyton Manning be their starting quarterback? Now, we have come to learn that Manning will be the starting quarterback for the Broncos in 2012.
With the NFL draft just a few weeks away, let's take a look at each team's biggest burning question.
Will Ray Rice hold out into training camp?
The Baltimore Ravens may have placed their franchise tag on Ray Rice, but that doesn't mean he's guaranteed to be back in 2012 with the team as he has yet to sign the franchise tender.
According to Scout.com, Rice will not be reporting to offseason workouts until he has a new contract. How long will this holdout last?
Will Andy Dalton suffer from a sophomore slump in 2012?
The Cincinnati Bengals sure as hell hope not.
Dalton had an incredible rookie season as he posted an 80.4 quarterback rating while tossing 20 touchdowns, but we will have to simply wait and see if he can continue his development as an NFL starting quarterback in 2012.
Where's the offensive production going to come from in 2012?
Not Robert Griffin III—I can tell you that.
The Cleveland Browns had one of the worst offenses in 2011 and certainly will need some more firepower if they want to win more than five games in 2012.
Who will be the leading rusher in 2012?
With Rashard Mendenhall still recovering from his torn ACL, the Pittsburgh Steelers will now have to look to running backs Isaac Redman, Jonathan Dwyer and John Clay to carry the load.
But will they be able to?
Will Matt Forte be a Chicago Bear in 2012?
With recent reports indicating that Matt Forte will not be participating in any offensive workouts with the Chicago Bears as he hopes for a new contract, this question now be raised is if he will even be a Chicago Bear in 2012.
What do you think Bears fans?
Can Matthew Stafford continue his dominance in 2012?
Matthew Stafford had one incredible season for the Detroit Lions in 2011 as he passed for 5,038 yards, tossed 41 touchdowns and posted a stellar 97.2 quarterback rating.
With Stafford entering just his fourth season in the NFL, we will have to wait and see if he can emerge as one of the NFL's elite passers.
Can the Green Bay Packers rebound following their playoff loss?
The Green Bay Packers dominated in 2011 as they went on to record a 15-1 record—but all of that means nothing as they were an early exit in the playoffs.
The Packers are just one year removed from their Super Bowl winning season. Will they be able to rebound in 2012?
Will Christian Ponder improve in 2012?
2011 was an interesting season for quarterback Christian Ponder.
Ponder posted a 70.1 quarterback rating, completed 54.3 percent of his passes while throwing 13 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.
There's no question that the talent's there, but will he be able to continue his growth and development?
Who's going to replace Mario Williams in 2012?
The Houston Texans lost a huge piece to their defense this offseason in Mario Williams. However, I would like to point out that he played in just five games last season but still was able to record five sacks.
Guys like Brooks Reed and Connor Barwin played very well for the injured Williams—now, will they be able to do it again in 2012?
Is Andrew Luck the real deal?
He sure as hell better be.
If not, then the Indianapolis Colts made one of the worst decisions in the history of mankind by releasing future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning.
Is Blaine Gabbert a bust?
For the sake of the Jacksonville Jaguars, he better be the quarterback of the future.
Blaine Gabbert played pretty poorly during his rookie season with the Jags as he recorded a 65.4 quarterback rating while tossing 12 touchdowns compared to 11 interceptions and completing only 50.8 percent of his passes.
Who will be the team's starting quarterback in 2012?
Will it be the seasoned veteran Matt Hasselbeck or the quarterback of the future Jake Locker?
What do you think?
Will the Atlanta Falcons defense survive without Curtis Lofton?
The Atlanta Falcons lost a huge piece to their defense this offseason in Curtis Lofton as he parted ways for the team's divisional foe—the New Orleans Saints.
Lofton recorded a whopping 147 tackles this past season for the Falcons—but who's going to replace that production?
Can Cam Newton continue his success heading into 2012?
I believe that Cam Newton will be an elite NFL quarterback in a few seasons, but will he improve on his numbers from 2011 this season? I certainly think so.
Newton had an incredible rookie season as he posted an 84.5 quarterback rating while tossing 21 touchdowns, rushing for 14 touchdowns and compiling 4,757 total yards.
How will the Saints respond to bountygate in 2012?
After being the subject of a scandal that rocked the NFL world, it will be interesting to see how the Saints produce on the field.
Can Josh Freeman bounce back in 2012 after a terrible 2011 campaign?
2011 was a putrid season for Josh Freeman.
Freeman went from a 95.9 quarterback rating to a 74.6 and went from six interceptions to 22 in just a matter of a season.
Freeman is certainly talented, but is he talented enough to return back to his high level of play in 2012?
Can Ryan Fitzpatrick play at an elite level?
The minute that Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buffalo Bills agreed to that massive seven-year, $62.195 million deal, Fitzpatrick's level of play went right down the tubes.
We all know that Fitzpatrick can play well, as he's done it before, but can he rebound after such a disappointing collapse?
Who will be the Dolphins' No. 1 wide receiver in 2012?
With Brandon Marshall being traded to the Chicago Bears, who's going to step up and be the Miami Dolphins' No. 1 wide receiver?
The Dolphins don't have much talent at the position and should certainly look at the draft to acquire some young blood.
Can Chad Ochocinco produce at a high level in 2012?
This is something that Bill Belichick really needs to think about.
Chad Ochocinco did not play well at all this past season with the New England Patriots as he caught just 15 passes and scored only one touchdown.
Will the Dallas Cowboys make the playoffs in 2012?
It's make-or-break time for Tony Romo and Jason Garrett.
Jerry Jones isn't going to wait around forever, and he will have to make some tough personnel decisions if things don't go well for the Dallas Cowboys this upcoming season.
Are the New York Giants talented enough to repeat in 2012?
To be honest with you, I absolutely believe that the New York Giants can repeat as Super Bowl champions in 2012.
Why? Because of one player—Eli Manning.
You cannot spell "elite" without "Eli."
Can Michael Vick stay healthy for an entire season?
Over the years, Michael Vick has proven that he is prone to injury and can't be expected to play an entire 16-game season.
With the Philadelphia Eagles only having Mike Kafka as the team's backup, they will have to decide if they want to add another quarterback to this roster to back up Vick heading into 2012.
Can Robert Griffin III develop into an NFL starting quarterback?
It's all but certain that Robert Griffin III will be the Washington Redskins' quarterback of the future come the NFL draft—but can this scrambling quarterback develop into an NFL starting quarterback?
That remains to be seen.
Can Peyton Manning still compete at a high level?
He better be able to or the Denver Broncos are going to look awfully foolish.
Peyton Manning's contract is a massive $96 million deal over five seasons, and he's going to have to live up to all the expectations that John Elway and the city of Denver have placed on him.
Will Matt Cassel bounce back in 2012?
2011 was a pretty horrid season for the Kansas City Chiefs and Matt Cassel—but will he be able to bounce back in 2012?
Cassel played in only nine games this past season and wasn't effective at all, posting a 76.6 quarterback rating while tossing 10 touchdowns to nine interceptions.
Is Carson Palmer the answer for the Oakland Raiders?
The Oakland Raiders certainly thought so last season, giving up a first-round and second-round pick for Carson Palmer's services.
Palmer didn't play all that well in 2011 as he posted just an 80.5 quarterback rating while completing 60.7 percent of his passes for 13 touchdowns and 16 interceptions in 10 games.
Can Norv Turner coach the San Diego Chargers to a deep playoff run?
This has got to be the biggest concern for San Diego Chargers general manager A.J. Smith.
If Turner fails in 2012, I can guarantee to you that Smith will likely join the head coach on his way out of San Diego.
Is Kevin Kolb the quarterback of the future for the Arizona Cardinals?
I'm not sure that Kevin Kolb is.
Kolb played pretty poorly a year ago as he threw just nine touchdowns in nine games while being picked off eight times and completing just 57.7 percent of his passes.
The Cardinals' quarterback will have a ton of pressure on him heading into 2012.
Is Randy Moss the answer for the San Francisco 49ers' offense?
This past season, the San Francisco 49ers lacked a deep threat in their passing game.
Now, they have Randy Moss—a man who spent all of 2011 out of football.
Will he be able to produce at a high level in 2012? The 49ers sure hope so.
Will Matt Flynn work out for the Seattle Seahawks?
Entering the 2012 offseason, Matt Flynn was the most intriguing quarterback option in free agency as he played incredibly well when given the chance with the Green Bay Packers.
Now, Flynn is with the Seattle Seahawks and is expected to be the team's quarterback of the future.
Can Sam Bradford bounce back after his poor 2011 performance?
2011 was a pretty disappointing season for Sam Bradford and the St. Louis Rams.
Bradford played in just 10 games while posting a 70.5 quarterback rating and completing 53.5 percent of his passes for six touchdowns and six interceptions.
The Rams certainly hope that Bradford can turn it around in 2012.