Grading the 5 Starting Rookie QBs After Week 2

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Grading the 5 Starting Rookie QBs After Week 2
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Have you felt old yet watching football yet this year?

Rookie quarterbacks (with ages ranging from 22 to 28) made a splash at the start of this season when five of them earned the starting spots for their respective teams.

Washington’s Robert Griffin III, Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck, Seattle’s Russell Wilson, Cleveland’s Brandon Weeden and Miami’s Ryan Tannehill gave us a mixed bag of performances across the board; some of them giving weary fans hope for years to come, some of them leaving fans more confused than they were just a few weeks ago.

But two weekends into the 2012 season, what grade has each youngster earned for his performances so far? Let’s take a look.

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