Found August 28, 2012 on Football Nation:
Next Sunday when the full slate of games kick off for the start of the regular season, five rookie quarterbacks will be starting for their respective teams, which sets an NFL record by more than doubling the previous record set last season of two.By having a rookie starting at quarterback, it means that most of the teams are in a rebuilding phase, so we don't expect any of these teams to do too much, but there could definitely be some potential stars in the making in the 2012 class.Andrew LuckIt's not a surprise to very many people that Andrew Luck looks like an NFL veteran already.  All the experts deemed him "NFL ready" before he was drafted and, from what we've seen during the preseason, they were right!The Colts could surprise some people this year.  Let's not put them in the playoffs just yet, but I do think Luck can lead this team to six or seven wins in his rookie season.Projected Stats: 3,300 yards, 21 TDs, 12 INTs Robert Griffin IIIRGIII hasn't...
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