Three weeks into the NFL season and the statue quarterbacks are standing tall.
It wasn't too long ago that the demise of drop-back passers was considered inevitable, and those double-threat, run-pass hybrids were the rage.
Washington's Robert Griffin III was giving fits to opponents. San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick was tying defenses in knots. Tim Tebow was winning games in Denver. Coach Chip Kelly was outsmarting teams with some of the innovative concepts he used at Oregon.
"The media always likes new and different," Hall of Fame Coach Bill Parcells said by phone Monday. "And I don't blame them. That's human nature."
Here's what's new and...