7 NFL Teams Most Likely to Select a Quarterback in 2013 NFL Draft

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7 NFL Teams Most Likely to Select a Quarterback in 2013 NFL Draft
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There may be only 32 starting quarterback jobs in the National Football League, but there seem to always be openings for the top rookies in each draft class, and in many cases, there are more openings than there are first-round caliber quarterbacks, which results in teams drafting players higher than their value because of their desperation to upgrade at the quarterback.

Looking ahead to the 2013 NFL draft, USC’s Matt Barkley and West Virginia’s Geno Smith are in position to be very high draft selections, while quarterbacks such as Arkansas’ Tyler Wilson and Tennessee’s Tyler Bray could be in the first-round mix depending on how many teams decide that they need to make a change under center.

Seven NFL teams have emerged as potential destinations for first-round quarterbacks, and getting one of the top two quarterbacks is not out of the question for any of them. While it is unlikely that all seven of these teams will draft quarterbacks, the teams are ranked from the least likely to use a first-round pick on a quarterback upgrade, to the most likely to go no longer without adding a new franchise quarterback.

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