With training camp and the 2010 NFL season just around the corner, it's about that time when position battles will begin to heat up, not only for the starters, but for the backups as well.
The quarterback is arguably the most important position in football, as he is not only relied on for calling the plays, but also for being a leader. While it's easy to predict the starting quarterback for most teams entering training camp, there are many questions that remain unanswered for some teams as far as who will fill the backup roles.
With the number of intense hits from defenses, it's no surprise when starting quarterbacks experience injuries during the middle of the season—forcing their coaches to call on the backups. A backup never knows when his time to shine may come and has to be prepared to fill in at any moment—just look at Chad Henne.
It's important for teams to consider quarterbacks for their roster who can be relied on at any time—which is why the selection process is so important during training camp. Here's a prediction for the quarterback depth charts of all 32 teams.