2014 NFL Draft: An Examination of 3 Unheralded Quarterbacks

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2014 NFL Draft: An Examination of 3 Unheralded Quarterbacks
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In football, and in perhaps all of sports, there is no position more examined, more scrutinized and more important than quarterback.

After what was generally considered a weak draft class last year, especially at the QB position, this year's crop of young signal-callers are expected to more than make up for last year's lack of star power. Some quarterbacks, like Aaron Murray, David Fales and Tajh Boyd, were expected to be high draft picks but, for one reason or another, fell way down the charts. 

These three quarterbacks now find themselves projected to go sometime on the third day of the draft. They not only were surpassed by the likes of Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel and Blake Bortles, but have essentially become afterthoughts in a very deep pool of quarterbacks. They went from possible franchise-caliber quarterbacks to late-round developmental players. 

With the draft just hours away, now is as good a time as any to break down each quarterback and give them a bit more attention. Both their strengths and weaknesses will be examined to attempt to determine what kind of future they have in the NFL.

Is one of them the next Tom Brady or will they just be another lost name on the depth chart? Well, let's find out. 

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