Quarterback Doomsday Scenarios: Supply vs. Demand Sets Interesting Offseason
It’s the last Thursday in April of 2023. You’re watching the NFL commissioner stride across the stage at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. You are a diehard NFL fan, decked out in a jersey and hat with cold beers, wings, pizza and a draft weekend spread that would make a cardiologist price a new boat.
And now your team is on the clock. With 10 minutes to make a decision that will change the landscape of the franchise’s short-term future, your owner will huddle with his general manager, head coach, coordinators and scouts to make the pick.
But your team needs a quarterback. And in the 2023 NFL draft, there are only three of them ranked as potential franchise passers and are have come off the board already.
This doomsday scenario is not just make believe. It will happen to a team drafting in the top 15 picks of the ‘23 draft. And for some teams, it’s time to start thinking about alternatives.
In today’s article, we’ll look at the teams that need quarterbacks, the quarterbacks likely to be available, and who could be left out.
It’s a can’t-miss read with insight from NFL front offices, coaches, and years of experience.
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