In the National Football League the quarterback gets way too much blame and way too much credit. Last time I checked Matthew Stafford does not block, tackle, or catch passes. There are many other players that toil in obscurity but yet must do their jobs well to at least get a victory in the National Football League every week.
However, it is important to have at least average to very good quarterback play to get to money time – the playoffs.
That brings me to this year’s NFL Draft. The Colts, Redskins, Browns, and Dolphins – all drafted QBs this year in the first round. To the fans of those teams how about I outline a plan for your guy and team?
First let’s map things out for your rookie signal caller. In the first year he will throw more interceptions than touchdowns but show some promise. In the second year he will throw more touchdowns than interceptions and continue to make progress (throw for more yards, better completion percentage, etc.). In his third season all ...