Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
I'm sorry but I think that number is way out of whack.
You'd have to prove it instead of speculate for me to believe that, especially since there have only been a total of 69 QB's taken in the seventh round since 1967.
In rounds two, three and four you're talking 55, 57 and 67 respectively.
I can't imagine a number like 230 guys making a roster as undrafted or late round picks, especially in the days when football players worked normal jobs out of season.
did you read my post? 230 would be the number of QBs who sign with a team regardless of whether they make the final roster or not. half of that, I speculated with quick/dirty math, actually make the final roster and stick for at least a few games. no proof to be offered, I'm completely speculating. I'd posit that if I gave enough of a shit to do the research that it would be correct, but... not really willing to put that much time into it TBH