Found March 14, 2012 on Football Nation:
In the 2011 football season fans learned a lot of things. We learned what can happen when a team keeps their star quarterback healthy (Detroit), we learned what can happen when a team does not have any decent back-ups (Chicago), and we learned what happens when a team does not plan for anyone being injured (Indianapolis). While 2011 was the 'Year of the Quarterback' it could have similarly been dubbed the 'Year of the injured Quarterback'. Many teams felt the sting of quarterback injuries throughout the season, and for every Drew Brees throwing for Madden-like numbers, there was a Kerry Collins being forced to start with little to no preparation for the offense they needed to run. Here is a list of the 5 most devastating quarterback injuries of the season* *Note, by devastating I do not necessarily mean for the quarterback himself, but also for the team.   5) Jason Campbell Jason Campbell was drafted by the Washington Redskins in the first round of the 2005...
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