(Eds: With AP Photos.) By RICHARD ROSENBLATT AP Sports Writer With a quarter of the NFL season left, it seems like a good time to talk quarterbacks.
There's plenty to discuss, too.
It's been a season full of ineptitude and injuries at the most glamorous position in the game, punctuated by the Colts playing without Peyton Manning (neck surgery) and now down to their third starter as they look to avoid a winless season.
The Colts aren't alone with a starting QB trifecta. The Raiders and Texans are on their third quarterbacks, too, but at least they're in the thick of the playoff race, not to mention in position to win a division title.
Through 12 games, the league's 32 teams have sent in a total of 71 quarterbacks to take at least one snap, with 50 having started at least one game, according to STATS LLC.
Breaking down the numbers further, 17 teams have started the same quarterback every week (15 have not), and only two QBs - Cam Newton of the Panthers and Eli Manning of the Gian...