A new sheriff in town? Michael Vick out of Philadelphia? It's crazy, but believe it or not there is a slight possibility that the NFL won't be the same place we have all come to love next year in the 2011 season.
In the grand scheme of things, free agency is always a hotly debated issue. Players come, they go, and as much as there is a 50 percent success rate with a new team and a new head coach, the offseason period is always good for some "water cooler chat."
This time around the bend, we are in for a wild storm. Peyton Manning's contract is about to run out in Indianapolis, Michael Vick's two-year deal is slowly coming to a halt and somehow Donovan McNabb finds himself in the free agency pool after just one year as a Washington Redskin.
So who's going and who's staying?
Predicting the NFL's free-agency class is almost as hard as picking winning lottery numbers. Nonetheless, here's a quick peak at the Top 10 available QBs in 2011, along with where they may or may not wind up come next season.