There’s a joke around the NFL that Arizona Cardinals quarterback Sam Bradford should change his name to “When Healthy, Sam Bradford,” because that caveat seems to precede any mention of him. When healthy, Sam Bradford is a darn good quarterback.
AFC West preview: Chiefs finally found a starting quarterback in the draft, and he looks ready to blossom
There’s something different about Patrick Mahomes, something that sets him apart from droves of Kansas City Chiefs quarterbacks who came before him. He was drafted by the Chiefs. Only one of the last 22 quarterbacks who have started for Kansas City was a draft pick of that franchise.
NFC North preview: Cousins moves to the Vikings in a division that’s loaded with talent at his position
The Minnesota Vikings had their heart broken by Philadelphia last season, losing to the Eagles in the NFC championship game and falling one win short of their
There’s no question that No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield is the Browns’ big wheel for the long haul, but the rookie quarterback is not necessarily in the driver’s seat. He’s learning at the elbow of Tyrod Taylor, acquired in March in a trade with Buffalo.
Quarterback Alex Smith takes the helm of a Washington Redskins franchise that hasn’t won a playoff game since the 2005 season. But without all last year’s talent around him, can Smith replicate what he did in Kansas City?
Darnold went through training camp competing for the starting job with experienced veteran Josh McCown and another former first-round pick, Teddy Bridgewater, who has since been traded to the New Orleans. In Buffalo, Allen is vying with less-experienced Nathan Peterman and AJ McCarron.
New Orleans, Carolina and Atlanta all have quarterbacks who have gotten them to Super Bowls. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just want theirs to get them through three games.
All four AFC South quarterbacks — Indianapolis' Andrew Luck, Tennessee's Marcus Mariota, Jacksonville's Blake Bortles and Houston's Deshaun Watson — have something to prove this season.