The NFL is becoming more and more a quarterback's league. Chris Johnson and DeAngelo Williams' lackluster seasons, along with the nagging injuries of Arian Foster and the season-ending injuries of Matt Forte, Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles are just more proof that the days of the running back are over. It's a passer's league now.
In the 2011 draft, six teams took a player in the first two rounds of the draft, and seven rookie quarterbacks have played the majority of at least one game this season. That is something that has never happened before.
A lot of teams decided that the need was critical enough to make big reaches (like Christian Ponder at the 12th overall spot).
So, with a lot of teams needing quarterbacks, will the same thing happen this year? Here are five teams in need of a quarterback and the five prospects that could help them out at the position: