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View Poll Results: Who do you think will be our Day One starter at QB next season?
Matt Cassel 18 14.06%
Brady Quinn 16 12.50%
Ricky F'ing Stanzi 2 1.56%
Alex Tanney 1 0.78%
Brodie Croyle 0 0%
Tom Brady 2 1.56%
Ryan Mallett 3 2.34%
Troy Brown 0 0%
Tim Tebow 1 0.78%
Kyle Orton 0 0%
Tyler Palko 0 0%
Jay Cutler 0 0%
Colt McCoy 0 0%
Charlie Batch 1 0.78%
Matt Moore 4 3.13%
Jimmy Clausen 1 0.78%
Matt Hasselbeck 2 1.56%
Peyton Manning 0 0%
One of those Cardinals quarterbacks 0 0%
Donald Stephenson (filling in for Russell Wilson) 1 0.78%
Jamaal Charles - full-time wildcat 1 0.78%
A guy currently starting for another NFL team, not otherwise named 0 0%
A guy who’s a hot young backup for another NFL team, not otherwise named (a la Flynn last year) 3 2.34%
A guy who’s a languishing young backup for another NFL team, not otherwise named 0 0%
An older veteran backup for another NFL team, not otherwise named 4 3.13%
A 1st round rookie 51 39.84%
A 2nd or 3rd round rookie 2 1.56%
A 4th through 7th round rookie 1 0.78%
An undrafted rookie 0 0%
Some guy from the CFL or other alternative league 0 0%
Some guy off the street who has never played organized football, like maybe Todd Haley 0 0%
Scott Pioli, as a moneysaving move 3 2.34%
A dog or other quadruped 0 0%
A monkey or other primate 3 2.34%
An inanimate object like a chair or rock 7 5.47%
I’m waiting to see what the banner says about it 1 0.78%
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Old 10-08-2012, 06:13 PM  
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Who do you think will be our Day One starter at QB next season?

Poll to follow unless I intentionally throw it into the ground to avoid a turnover.
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If it's a draft choice, we have to hope that Pioli isn't the GM. Are we forgetting? "No one knows Cassel better than Pioli."

This is our GM; this is empirical evidence of his knowledge and skill set.
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This is the time we've been waiting for. It will be a first round rookie. Let's just hope they pan out better than Sanchez, Gabbert, etc.
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As some background, there have been 66 first-round quarterbacks drafted since the year we picked up Blackledge. This counts a few first-rounders in the supplemental draft, but excludes the special draft of USFL players when that league shut down.

Here's the list of them by team. The only two teams that have not drafted a quarterback in the first round during this period (1984-2012) are Kansas City and New Orleans. (In fairness, we've traded first-round picks for both Montana and Green in the past.)

4 teams have drafted four first-round quarterbacks.
7 teams have drafted three first-round quarterbacks.
11 teams have drafted two first-round quarterbacks.
8 teams have drafted one first-round quarterback.
2 teams have not drafted a first-round quarterback.

Bills - Losman
Dolphins - Tannehill
Patriots – Bledsoe
Jets – Sanchez, Pennington
Ravens - Flacco, Boller
Bengals – Palmer, Ak Smith, Klingler
Browns - Weeden, Quinn, Couch, Kosar (suppl. Pick)
Steelers - Roethlisberger
Texans - Carr
Colts – Luck, P. Manning, George
Jaguars - Gabbert, Leftwich
Titans - Locker, V. Young, McNair, J. Everett
Broncos - Tebow, Cutler, Maddox
Raiders – Russell, Marinovich
Chargers - E. Manning, Leaf

Cowboys – Walsh (suppl. Pick), Aikman
Giants - P. Rivers, D. Brown (suppl. Pick)
Eagles – McNabb
Redskins - Griffin, J. Campbell, P. Ramsey, Shuler
Bears – Grossman, McNown, Harbaugh
Lions - Stafford, Harrington, A. Ware, C. Long
Packers - Rodgers
Vikings – Ponder, Culpepper
Falcons – Ryan, Vick, C. Miller
Panthers – Newton, K. Collins
Buccaneers – Freeman, Dilfer, Testaverde
Cardinals – Leinert, Rosenbach (suppl. Pick), Stouffer
Rams - Bradford
49ers - A. Smith, Druckenmiller
Seahawks – Mirer, D. McGwire
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