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Steve Duemig

Drafting The Wrong QB Can Kill A Franchise

 
Posted April 25th, 2014 @ 4:05pm

Drafting a bust player in the first few rounds of the NFL draft can be a killer for a franchise but especially when that pick is at the QB position. Some teams consistently draft bad quarterbacks and it continues to set these franchises back.

Warren Sharp has compiled the stats from QBs drafted in the first four rounds over the last ten years to show how drafting the wrong quarterback can keep your team as a bottom feeder for years to come.  

"The teams who NEVER drafted a QB correctly accumulated a 702-1057 (40 percent) mark over the last 10 season. The teams who succeeded in making efficient QB draft picks earned a 1024-732 (58 percent) record."

To read the full article and see where the Buccaneers stack up CLICK HERE.

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