If you honestly believe your starting quarterback is flawless, you need to rethink your ability to grasp reality.
One of the greatest things about the world of football is that the best players find a way to improve on a yearly basis and do it right in front of our eyes. They overcome mistakes to be better players, which separates them from marginal ones.
This is magnified at quarterback more so than any other position on the football field.
Joe Flacco answered critics who believed he would be nothing more than a marginal starter by putting up one of the best performances in the recent history of the playoffs.
Meanwhile, a myriad of young quarterbacks lit the football world on fire like we have never seen before. Three rookies led their teams to the playoffs, while one second-year player with just a handful of starts under his belt led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl.
All of these quarterbacks have one thing in common. They have certain flaws in their game that could derail their chances to become the best of the best.
Today's article is going to focus on one fatal flaw that each starting quarterback in the NFL possesses at this point.