The Perfect Landing Spots For The QB's Of The 2010 Draft

Pete WilliamsCorrespondent IApril 9, 2010

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - FEBRUARY 07:  Peyton Manning #18 of the Indianapolis Colts leaves the field after his team was defeated by the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl XLIV on February 7, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)
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Looking at the QB's in the 2010 - where would be the perfect landing spot from the player persepctive ? We often try to predict where they would land - I will try to switch it around.

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Sam Bradford: I think he will be asked to do too much to soon in St. Louis - behind a not so great O-line. To me the Washington Redskins was the perfect landing spot for him - pre the Donovan McNab trade. But Bradford is just to good to wait for at least two years behind McNab. That is why the Seattle Seahawks would be great for him. The Seahawks are in a long rebuilding phase, he can learn for a year behind Hasselbeck and when he is ready the O-line in Seattle is in place. Pete Carroll knows how to coach a young QB.

Jimmy Clausen: The more I think about it I just think he would be great with the Minnesota Vikings. He can learn for a year behind Favre, he has a great arm to fit the playbook run under Favre, he knows how to run a NFL-style runninggame - and he will do as he is told. He might have to compete for the position for a year or two but could grow into the Aaron Rogers of Minnesota.

Colt McCoy: I have for a long time seen Colt McCoy as the "younger brother" of Drew Brees - but I think McCoy has to much talent to sit and wait behind Brees. Cleveland and Mike Holmgren on the other hand seems like a perfect fit. Holmgrens West coast offense with McCoys precition and mobility. McCoy can wait behind DelHomme and learn from Seneca Wallace.

Tim Tebow: Allthough Jacksonville Jaguars on so many accounts seems like the perfect place for Tebowmania - I think Tim Tebow would love to go to the New England Patriots. There he could learn from the best and be given time to develop behind a QB that also succeded against the odds. Tebow could be playing as a starter in about 3 years, but would probably be ready in 2.

Jarret Brown: This kid has excellent skills - but needs more time to develop. I think New Orleans Saints would be a place he would love to go. Brown would have the patience to learn behind one of the best QBs both on and off the field.

Dan LeFevour: My impression of LeFevour is that he excells under presure and is a competitor. He is intelligent and has the passing tools needed - but needs experience working under center. I think he would love to go to the Buffalo Bills, where he will get a chance to compete for the starting job in a foreseable future and they will love his character.

Mike Kafka: He is an intelligent kid, that reads defenses well, great footwork and good short passing game. He needs development though. I think he would be a nice fit with The Indianapolis Colts. Manning is not going anywhere soon, but being an intelligent kid Kafka will watch and learn - and get better and better.

John Skelton: I think he would love to go to the Baltimore Ravens where he could model him self after Flacco. He knows he has some work to do - but this could be the perfect place to learn - and in 2-3 years see how far he could develop.