Five NFL Teams Which May Develop A Good Problem
In the NFL many teams tend to stack one position and then develop problems there. These problems are not necessarily bad due to the lacking of quality players in the league these days. Many of these players may end up being used as trade bait or even cut. Some teams such as the NY Giants are so stacked on the defensive line they might even start cutting players that could start on other teams. Though most teams are likely to have these problems, sometimes they can turn ugly.
5. Cleveland Browns
Which NFL team would like to have two capable QB's on one roster? The Cleveland Browns. With the former Pro Bowler Derek Anderson being only 26 years old, he can improve. Brady Quinn, the heralded prospect from Notre Dame, has a ton of potential. The problem lies in the situation that what If one does really well, what do you do with the other?
4. Washington Redskins
Like New Orleans, Washington has a glutton at WR. They have Moss and Randle El who are both very capable of playing at a high level. Throw in two high draft picks, and you might have a solid problem.
3. New Orleans Saints
The Saints have a glutton at WR. If Meachem can live up to his potential the Saints may have trouble keeping all the WRs. They still have Colston who, after an injury marred season, looks to return to Rro-Bowl form. They have Lance Moore, who posted over 900 yards receiving last year, Devery Henderson, and they have Meachem. Throw in Shockey and you might wonder why the Saints need a running game. Who do they start at the WR positions and what do they do with the talented ones that don't get to play so much? This is a very good problem.
2. Detroit Lions
Much like the Tampa Bay Bucs the Lions brought in Daunte Culpepper to fill the QB position for Matthew Stafford. Culpepper is more than capable. Reports from the Lions' training camp state Culpepper has shed 30 pounds and looks better in practice than when he was a rookie. What if Culpepper returns to Pro-Bowl form and does extremely well? At 31 years old, a QB is capable of being the face of the franchise. If he does well they can't truly just give him up. This could be a viable problem.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The problem is that they could end up being empty at the quarterback position. Even though the Buc's lack a true starter they do posses much talent at the position. Byron Leftwich has a potential to turn heads. He is massive, at 6'5'' and has an absolute cannon of an arm. Throwing to Kellen Winslow and Antonio Bryant could cause problems for highly heralded rookie Josh Freeman. Luke McCown has shown great potential. Leftwich is young enough to become the face of the franchise and if he peforms at a high level what do they do with him, Freeman, and Luke McCown?
-Miami Dolphins- If Pat White is more than a Wildcat QB what do you do with Chad Henne.(White will play more than Henne this year)
-Green Bay Packers(WR)- Like other teams they have glutton at WR. With James Jones, Greg Jennings's, Donald Driver, Ruvell Martin and Jordy Nelson. They can't keep them all forever.
-GB(QB)- Can they keep Brian Brohm, a high draft pick forever.
- New York Giants- The D-Line is so stacked all those star won't all be able to shine, and I have a feeling they won't like that so much.