The Browns, the 49ers, the Bears, the Jets, and the Texans all obviously need a quarterback, but drafting one can be risky.
To counter the rise of the spread, big-time football programs like Alabama, Ohio State, and Clemson are relying on their quarterbacks' legs to carry them to the College Football Playoffs.
While it may feel like most teams don't have a franchise quarterback right now, league-wide completion percentage is higher than ever.
Jameis Winston has the tools to take the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the playoffs one day, but that still requires improvement in a few crucial areas of his game.
Like Johnny Manziel, Patrick Mahomes is a baseball prospect who became an improvisational, system-busting QB. Unlike Johnny Football, Mahomes might be the future.
Browns head coach Hue Jackson handed RG3 the baton on Monday. He will serve as the team's 25th starting quarterback since 1999.
Chris Harris' first fantasy football rankings of the year are out. First up, quarterbacks.
Andrew Luck's struggles in 2015 only serve to highlight how much he means to the Indianapolis Colts. And if that wasn't enough, there's his new five-year extension worth $122.97 million.
When Cardale Jones chose to stay at Ohio State after leading Buckeyes to a BCS Championship, it seemed an odd decision. Now the quarterback seems to be paying for it on the NFL Draft boards.