In the 14 years since the Washington Redskins last won the NFC East title and current owner Daniel Snyder purchased the franchise, the Redskins have started 15 quarterbacks and only Jason Campbell (2006-09) had more than 33 starts with the team.
With such instability at the quarterback position since 1999, the team has made the playoffs in four seasons with a postseason 2-4 record in that stint. Washington has finished the regular season with seven losing records, two seasons at .500 and four winning seasons.
The ability for a team to become a cohesive unit on offense lies not only with the coach and staff but, more importantly, at the quarterback position.
Owner Dan Snyder has expressed displeasure in the 'Skins failure to make postseason appearances and hasn't been shy in making changes from the top down. Snyder has hired seven different head coaches and only current head coach Mike Shanahan has lasted more than 3 seasons.
Snyder and the team bet the proverbial farm trading up and selectingcurrent quarterback Robert Griffin III with the second overall pick in the 2012 draft. With the Redskins winning the 2012 NFC East title, making the playoffs and finishing the regular season 10-6 it appears as long as Griffin can remain healthy, his future looks bright.
Perhaps more appropriately, RG3 will have a future with the Redskins, more so than any of the 15 quarterbacks listed, none of whom remained with the team more than four seasons.
In the following slideshow: a look at the Redskins' starting quarterbacks since 1999, what happened and where they are today.