There are two states of being for NFL franchises. You either have a quarterback you’re happy with for the next 10 years or you’re looking for that guy.
As the 2010s draw to a close, the teams from that second group rarely found the positional peace they were seeking. Though more team and media attention is devoted to the draft than ever, finding a star signal caller remains more or less a crapshoot.
Nowhere is that more evident than a review of all 10 draft classes this decade when a total of 117 quarterbacks were plucked from the college ranks.