Historically Bad QB Draft Class?
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By Jeff Fedotin, National Football Post
The 2013 quarterback class has been universally panned as one of the worst of all time.
From the team with the No. 1 overall pick: “There is no quarterback where personnel guys can definitely say, ‘He’s a first-round pick,’” Chiefs general manager John Dorsey told The Kansas City Star before the NFL Combine.
Dorsey would later trade for Alex Smith, the No. 1 overall pick of the 2005 draft.
From the team with the No. 2 overall pick: Jaguars quarterbacks coach Frank Scelfo told The Florida-Times Union his quarterback, Blaine Gabbert, a guy who has been a relative bust during his two years in the NFL, would be drafted before any of the current crop.
Is the 2013 quarterback draft really that much worse than previous years?
One thing’s for sure — no draft will measure up to 1983, the gold standard of quarterback drafts. Six starters were drafted in the first round of that draft, and three of them — John Elway (1st overall) t
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