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Saturday, April 27, 2019

Let's talk quarterbacks. As in potential backup QBs

Let's talk quarterbacks. As in potential backup QBs - rictasblog

We should talk quarterbacks. As in potential reinforcement quarterbacks in the NFL, and perhaps starters not far off.

Through 200 picks in the draft, 11 quarterbacks had been picked. The three who went in the opening round — No. 1 in general Kyler Murray to Arizona, No. 16 Daniel Jones to the Giants, and No. 15 Dwayne Haskins to Washington — figure to be starters sometime in the not so distant future, maybe soon.

Murray goes to a group that exchanged away its first-round QB from a year ago, Josh Rosen, to clear the way for the Heisman Trophy champ. New mentor Kliff Kingsbury was a hostile brains at Texas Tech with an offense that accommodates Murray's dynamic aptitudes.

Jones will sit, however nobody knows for to what extent, behind Eli Manning in New York. He was picked to succeed the two-time Super Bowl champ, obviously.

Haskins could get the activity in D.C. since officeholder Alex Smith isn't relied upon to recuperate adequately from real leg wounds to be accessible in 2019. Last season's reinforcement, Colt McCoy, additionally broke his leg. So the Redskins exchanged for Denver's Case Keenum, however that resembles a stopgap.

Concerning the remainder of those 11 passers, they all went to clubs with built up veteran starters aside from Trace McSorley. The creative Penn State QB landed Saturday in Baltimore, which moved from Joe Flacco to 2018 first-rounder Lamar Jackson amidst last season.

McSorley is a comparative player in style to Jackson, so the marriage there could result in a second-string work for him.

Playing time for the others is, well, a long shot.

Missouri's Drew Lock went to Denver, which as of late gained Flacco. West Virginia's Will Grier was taken via Carolina, where Cam Newton rules. North Carolina State's Ryan Finley will be behind Andy Dalton in Cincinnati. Coppery's Jarrett Stidham is with New England, where he may need to trust that Tom Brady will resign. North Dakota State's Easton Stick, the successor to Carson Wentz at that school, ended up with the Chargers. Northwestern's Clayton Thorson went to Philadelphia, where Wentz is hidden.

Jacksonville chose Washington State's Gardner Minshew, and the Jags presently have the person who so importantly supplanted a harmed Wentz in Philadelphia and won a Super Bowl, Nick Foles. The Jaguars really have five QBs now: Foles, Cody Kessler, Tanner Lee, Alex McGough and Minshew.

The Jags noticed how savvy Minshew is.

"Yes, you will sit down with him and (realize) this guy could be a coach. It is impressive," Jaguars director of college scouting Mark Ellenz said. "We interviewed him at the combine, a formal interview, and he was at the Senior Bowl also, but he is a sharp dude."

Stidham goes where the association's most seasoned quarterback lives, obviously.

"I don't think I feel any pressure," he said. "It's an awesome opportunity to learn from a guy like Tom. He's played so much, he's seen everything, he's won a lot, there's just so many intangibles that I want to soak up from him. I'm sure everybody wants to be as good as Tom Brady someday ..."

His companions would do well to have a similar methodology wherever they twisted up.

The third and last day of this NFL draft as vital for the scene, the music and the energy of the people in Nashville started Saturday with Arizona choosing Iowa State wide collector Hakeem Butler.

Steward is 6-foot-6 and could be a nearness in the red zone for Murray, the top by and large decision on Thursday night. The Cardinals additionally chosen Massachusetts WR Andy Isabella in the second round.

Steward is the cousin of twins Aaron and Andrew Harrison, who featured in ball at Kentucky.

"I'm super excited to play with Kliff Kingsbury," Butler said of the new Cardinals mentor. "I told him when I met him at the combine I wanted to go to Texas Tech and they didn't offer me in. He just called me and told me he wasn't going to make the same mistake twice."

The fourth round once in a while has much interest, however regardless it attracted a huge number of people to downtown Nashville.

Around 500,000 individuals went to the three days of the draft, pressing Broadway to hear the picks, tune in to the tunes in the honky tonks — and by Tim McGraw in an energizing show Friday night — and make this "determination meeting" dissimilar to anything the NFL has seen. Later Saturday, following the last pick, Dierks Bentley would assume control over the stage.

Nashville's execution likely puts it immovably in the NFL's brain for a rehash; Las Vegas is on tap one year from now for the draft.

"Far outkicked our coverage, our dreams, our thoughts," said Butch Spyridon, president and CEO of the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. "Way bigger than anything we could've imagined."

With respect to the picks themselves, two well-respected school running backs returned to back: Washington got Stanford's Bryce Love, considered a first-round ability a year ago yet tormented by wounds and unremarkableness in 2018; and Baltimore took Oklahoma State's Justice Hill, who is dynamic in the open field however had some damage issues.

Another top back, Kentucky workhorse Benny Snell Jr., should help round out the revolution in Pittsburgh.

Georgia collector Riley Ridley, whose more seasoned sibling Calvin was a first-rounder a year ago from Alabama, was taken by Chicago at No. 126.

The principal unique teamer went to San Francisco, which drafted Utah punter Mitch Wishnowsky at No. 110. Strangely, the following such player taken was his colleague, placekicker Matt Gay by Tampa Bay 35 spots later.

Wishnowsky really can punt with the two legs.

"I mean, I can kick with my left foot decent," he said. "It's nothing pretty. I definitely prefer to put it on the right, but if necessary, I can throw it on the left and maybe get something out of it."

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