Since 2006, the Chicago Bears have featured six different starting quarterbacks. Coming close to matching that record are the Denver Broncos with five starters lining up under center. Meanwhile, the Houston Texans have had just four over the past six seasons leading up to their first-ever playoff victory in franchise history.
The Broncos, Bears and Texans are three tough teams that tend to struggle if their franchise signal-caller ever hits the injury list for an extended period of time.
We saw this happen last season with Chicago after Jay Cutler broke his thumb, which was followed with a season-ending injury to Matt Forte just two weeks later. Houston handled the loss of Matt Schaub well with T.J. Yates at the helm, but came up short down to the wire 17-13 against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs.
Denver has an entire new chapter to write in a book that never looks to be complete. John Elway passed on Tim Tebow, and instead the Peyton Manning er...