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If you drafted a young signal-caller in 2011, and are off to a bad start, you better be sure he's the right man for the job.
Teams like the Jacksonville Jaguars and Carolina Panthers, who drafted Cam Newton first overall, could find themselves in the unenviable position of having to pass on Andrew Luck.
The Jaguars traded up to get Blaine Gabbert, when they should have drafted a defensive end or wide receiver with the No. 16 overall pick.
Having traded away a second-round pick in 2011 to get Gabbert, yet finding themselves 1-5, could present an interesting situation.
What if Jacksonville finishes 1-15 or 2-14, and has the No. 1 pick? What do they do? What would Carolina do?
Furthermore, what would the Cardinals do? Despite trading aggressively for Kevin Kolb, the Cardinals are 1-4, and have committed big money to their new signal-caller.
Minnesota, who is also 1-5, just benched Donovan McNabb in favor of Christian Ponder, whom they drafted with their 2011 first-round pick.
Despite all this, fanbases may still want Luck.