KANSAS CITY, Mo. You wanted Matt Barkley. We get that.
We get that youd have been happy with Ryan Nassib, because he was universally touted as being a first-round talent that is, right up until the part where the first round actually happened. And, heck, wasnt Tyler Wilson supposed to fit, hand-in-glove, with a West Coast Offense?
But get this, kids: Between 1991-2011, a healthy sample size of 20 seasons, 185 quarterbacks were taken in the NFL Draft after the second round. Of those mid-to-late round flyers
91 never made a regular-season start in their entire NFL career, or 49.2 percent.
55 never even saw the field during a regular season in their entire NFL career, or 29.7 percent.
144 never spent a season as their teams primary starter, or 77.8 percent.
171 never made a Pro Bowl, or 92.4 percent.
122 made six or fewer regular-season starts over their entire NFL career, or 65.9 percent.
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