NFL: Report Card Grades for Every NFL Team's QB Situation

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NFL: Report Card Grades for Every NFL Team's QB Situation
Brees and Rodgers front the two best QB situations in the NFL.

Quarterback in the National Football League is arguably the single-most difficult and pressure-filled position in team sports. And there is no spot on any roster whose yearlong performance has more of a direct impact on a team's seasonal win-loss fortunes; this includes goalie in hockey and starting pitcher in baseball.

As the 2012 NFL preseason draws nearer, I take a look at each team's quarterback situation and render a letter grade. The grade will be subjective in its formulation, there will be no rating system that points directly to a result, but will reflect a scaled comparative opinion.

Its composition will be a combination of my own thoughts based on NFL games in which I have seen the players in question, statistical analysis to keep me honest on some evaluations and remind me on others, along with the projection of what I expect we will see this coming fall.

Each slide will cover one of the eight divisions and will list each team, complete with its current top-three depth chart at quarterback along with the organization's grade.  I will then add summary comments on each division to elaborate, defend, criticize or otherwise report further on different teams' particular situation.

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