Welcoming Party: Predictions For Each NFL Rookie Quarterback

Mal SullyContributor IIAugust 22, 2010

Welcoming Party: Predictions For Each NFL Rookie Quarterback

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    Every year NFL Rookie QBs come around hoping to lead their teams to championships and excel in the NFL. But some achieve their goals and most become a "Bust."

    Here is a list of how the 2010 season will play out for these QBs.

Tim Tebow, QB, Denver

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    Tim Tebow is currently battling Brady Quinn for the Broncos No. 2 spot and may not get much regular season playing time.

    But he will excel when needed this year.

    2010 Statistics: 67 passes, 801 yards, 4 TD, 2 Int, 42 rushes, 301 yards, 3 TD, 3 fumbles

Sam Bradford, QB, St.Louis

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    Sam Bradford is currently the starter in St.Louis. But if he struggles early, he could easily be replaced by A.J. Feeley or Keith Null.

    I believe this year he will excel at times but will also stuggle big.

    2010 Statistics: 175 passes, 1,971 yards, 8 TDs, 12 int, 17 rushes, 10 yards, 1 TD, 5 fumbles

Colt McCoy, QB, Cleveland

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    Colt McCoy, really has a bright future in Cleveland. With Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace in front of him, he still has time to sit and learn the game.

    He, like the others, should have some time on the feild.

    2010 Statistics: 27 passes, 312 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INT, 5 rushes, 31 yards, 2 fumbles

Jimmy Clausen, QB, Carolina

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    Jimmy Clausen is battling with Matt Moore, Hunter Cantwell and sixth-round pick Tony Pike for the starting job in Carolina.

    He most likely will be the second-stringer behind Moore. This season, he will see a lot of action with good spots and well, very bad ones.

    2010 Statistics: 78 passes, 906 yards, 6 TDs, 7 INTs, 16 rushes, 41 yards, 4 fumbles

John Skelton, QB, Arizona

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    John Skelton is in a pretty good situation in Arizona. He is listed as the third string, but if Matt Leinart or Derek Anderson fails, he could easily fill the void.

    Also, he has Larry Fitzgerald.

    2010 statistics: 104 completions, 1,346 yards, 10 TD's, 7 Int's, 12 rushes, 56 yards, 6 fumbles

Joe Webb, QB/WR, Minnesota

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    Joe Webb was originally drafted as a wide receiver but after a impressive training camp they transitioned him to a quarterback.

    He may be the third stringer with Brett Favre or on the practice squad. Either way, he is a nice athlete.

    2010 statistics: 5 passes, 61 yards, 7 receptions, 66 yards, 1 TD

Levi Brown, QB, Buffalo

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    Levi Brown, a seventh-round pick, is currently in the race for the starter position on the Bills.

    He has a lot of potential but needs some time to learn from the the other quarterbacks.

    He will see some time this year as the Bills may use another QB rotation season.

    2010 Statistics: 37 completions, 512 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs, 7 rushes, 20 yards, 2 fumbles

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    By: Mal Sully