The 2017 NFL Draft is underway, and it is time to take a look at the top quarterback prospects in the game.
We are counting down the best quarterbacks from the first round, the third round, and the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
The 2017 NFL draft is the first since the 2015 NFL draft, and will feature the most exciting and exciting players since the Super Bowl.
The 2017 draft will have more quarterbacks than any other year in NFL history.
This year, the first-round QBs are a combined 1,634 quarterbacks.
The second-round and third-round quarterbacks are 1,548 and 1,438, respectively.
Thats an average of 5.9 quarterbacks per round.
The third- and fourth-rounders are 5.2 and 4.8, respectively, and that is an average 9.5 quarterbacks per team.
We want to give you an idea of the quarterbacks who could be drafted in the first four rounds.
There are a lot of good QBs in this year’s draft.
The quarterbacks are going to be a big part of the playoff picture.
The top five quarterbacks are:Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota, Josh Rosen, and Teddy Bridgewater.
All three of those players are going into their second and third seasons in the NFL, so they are going through a lot, which means they will be in great shape.
There is a lot to like about these guys.
They have all the physical tools to be great players, and they are extremely talented.
They are going in with some of the best offensive schemes in the league, which is going to help them immensely.
They can score, they can throw, and we are going, “Wow, those guys are going places.”
I am excited about these four quarterbacks.
Mariota is a first-time starting QB who has had a lot riding on him in the preseason.
He has the size and athleticism to be an elite NFL quarterback.
MariOTA is also a good athlete.
He was a third-team All-American at Ohio State, and has all the intangibles to be the best QB in the draft.
Bridgewater is a very athletic player who can play in the pocket, throw the ball downfield, and run.
I’m excited to see how he develops, as well.
He is a guy who will be a tremendous competitor for Mariota.
The other four quarterbacks are all talented, and all have their own special abilities.
Mari, Bridgewater, and Rosen are all big-play threats, and Mariota has all of those weapons.
Mari has the best arm in this class.
He could be one of the top two quarterbacks in this draft.
Mari is also the most consistent quarterback this year.
He threw for 3,716 yards, 29 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions.
He also rushed for 1,834 yards, 14 touchdowns, 11 interceptions, and scored six touchdowns.
Rosen has a tremendous arm and plays with a lot more emotion.
Rosen is going into his fourth season in the pros and has had his best season as a pro.
Rosen was a second-team all-conference pick as a junior, and he has all-pro skills.
Rosen has a very good feel for the game, and his throwing ability is elite.
Rosen threw for 4,099 yards, 19 touchdowns, 15 interceptions, four rushing touchdowns, seven rushing touchdowns and 12 rushing touchdowns last year.
Rosen and Bridgewater have similar traits as well, but Rosen is better.
Bridgewater has great vision, and is a great passer.
He will have a great shot to be drafted early.
Mari and Rosen have the best traits of any two quarterbacks.
The next quarterback in line is Teddy Bridgewater, who is going up against Marcus Mariosa, Josh McCown, and Jameis Manuel.
Bridgewater, at 6-foot-3 and 225 pounds, has all kinds of size and speed to get the ball to his receivers.
Bridgewater’s athleticism is outstanding, and I am very excited about him.
He looks like a prototypical franchise quarterback.
Bridgewater does not have elite size or speed, but his arm and vision make him a good NFL prospect.
Bridgewater threw for over 3,000 yards and 25 touchdowns last season.
The Cardinals are building around Teddy Bridgewater in a very young offensive line.
They want to get a long-term deal done with Bridgewater, so this is a must-see event for Teddy Bridgewater fans.
Bridgewater is a huge talent.
He’s going to have a chance to be one the best passers in the world.
Bridgewater will be one to watch this year, because he has great tools, a great arm, and great instincts.
He won’t be a franchise quarterback, but he is a good quarterback.
I think he is going in the top four of this draft, with Mariota and Rosen.
He and Mari are going on a lot different levels, and Bridgewater will take over as the starter of the Cardinals offense.
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