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    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The quarterback crop isn't particularly deep this year, although Mitch Trubisky, DeShaun Watson, DeShone Kizer and Patrick Mahomes could hear their names called in the first round of the NFL draft.

    None are in the conversation to go No. 1 — like Jared Goff did last year.

    He's one of a dozen QBs who were the top overall pick since 2000, when five-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady was the 199th overall selection.

    Here's a list of the 45 quarterbacks selected in the first round this century:

    2016:

    1. Jared Goff, California, Rams

    2. Carson Wentz, North Dakota State, Eagles

    26. Paxton Lynch, Memphis, Broncos

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    2015:

    1. Jameis Winston, Florida State, Buccaneers

    2. Marcus Mariota, Oregon, Titans

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    2014:

    3. Blake Bortles, Central Florida, Jaguars

    22. Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M, Browns

    32. Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville, Vikings

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    2013:

    16. EJ Manuel, Florida State, Bills

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    2012:

    1. Andrew Luck, Stanford, Colts

    2. Robert Griffin III, Baylor, Redskins

    8. Ryan Tannehill, Texas A&M, Dolphins

    22. Brandon Weeden, Oklahoma State, Browns

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    2011:

    1. Cam Newton, Auburn, Panthers

    8. Jake Locker, Washington, Titans

    10. Blaine Gabbert, Missouri, Jaguars

    12. Christian Ponder, Florida State, Vikings

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    2010:

    1. Sam Bradford, Oklahoma, Rams

    25. Tim Tebow, Florida, Broncos

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    2009:

    1. Matthew Stafford, Georgia, Lions

    5. Mark Sanchez, USC, Jets

    17. Josh Freeman, Kansas State, Buccaneers

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    2008:

    3. Matt Ryan, Boston College, Falcons

    18. Joe Flacco, Delaware, Ravens

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    2007:

    1. JaMarcus Russell, LSU, Raiders

    22. Brady Quinn, Notre Dame, Browns

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    2006:

    3. Vince Young, Texas, Titans

    10. Matt Leinart, USC, Cardinals

    11. Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt, Broncos

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    2005:

    1. Alex Smith, Utah, 49ers

    24. Aaron Rodgers, Cal, Packers

    25. Jason Campbell, Auburn, Redskins

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    2004:

    1. Eli Manning, Mississippi, Chargers

    4. Philip Rivers, North Carolina State, Giants

    11. Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (Ohio), Steelers

    22. J.P. Losman, Tulane, Bills

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    2003:

    1. Carson Palmer, USC, Bengals

    7. Byron Leftwich, Marshall, Jaguars

    19. Kyle Boller, Cal, Ravens

    22. Rex Grossman, Florida, Bears

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    2002:

    1. David Carr, Fresno State, Texans

    3. Joey Harrington, Oregon, Lions

    32. Patrick Ramsey, Tulane, Redskins

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    2001:

    1. Michael Vick, Virginia Tech, Falcons

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    2000:

    18. Chad Pennington, Marshall, Jets

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    Just look at all of the top 10 BUSTS, and expert analysis on the 2017 QB draft not being very strong with only Trubisky, Watson, and Mahomes who could be first round picks.

    Not to worry. Now, we have the "expertise" of Ross for our future savior at QB





  • #2
    I count 17 BUSTS in the top 10, and 9 good picks ( I included Palmer and Smith). However 2017 and 2018 are changing the odds.

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    • #3
      This is why you Draft a QB in every Draft until 1 proves that he deserves the position. One that can carry a team when needed..

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