Who will win these starting QB jobs?
Carolina: Jimmy Clausen vs. Cam Newton
Jacksonville: David Garrard vs. Blaine Gabbert
San Fran: Alex Smith vs. Colin Kaepernick
Tenn. Matt Hasselbeck vs. Jake Locker
Washington: Rex Grossman vs. John Beck vs. Kellen Clemens
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
Carolina - Newton
Jacksonville - Garrard
San Fran - Smith (Unfortunatly)
Tennessee - Hasselbeck
Washington - Beck
Interesting question :)
- jigokusabreLv 78 years ago
Carolina: Cam Newton
Jacksonville: David Garrard
San Fran: Alex Smith
Tenn. Matt Hasselbeck
Washington: Kellen Clemens
- M OLv 68 years ago
Carolina- Probably Clausen, but I watched the Carolina/Giants game, and Newton can make NFL throws. His completion percentage wasnt high, but he had some drops, and his second and third team receivers couldnt get seperation, but the ball was crisp and very accurate on throw after throw.
Jacksonville- I think Gabbert has an ok chance because of Garrard being a health concern, but he was very inconsistant. From what I read, Garrard is back working with the first team offense, so Im thinking Jags end up sticking with Garrard
San Francisco- Maybe neither? They are bringing in guys off the street like Daunte Culpepper to compete. Alex Smith has never gotten it done and looked terrible in limited time against the Saints, and you dont want to throw Kaepernick out there, who tossed a couple Ints himself. If they cant find a better option, Smith will probably start by default.
Tennessee- Hasselback, no question. He was brought in for Locker to learn behind.
Washington- Looks like John Beck will likely come out here.
- SuperSteveLv 48 years ago
San Fran: Alex
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- raidergirl1965Lv 68 years ago
Carolina: Cam Newton
San Francisco: Neither, Niners signed Dante Culpepper today (I know, they are screwed)
- maneckeLv 43 years ago
Who cares? it rather is the BROWNS. Anways... they are in a lose lose concern. Derek Anderson desires an ELITE offensive line to function with professional bowl possibilities. Brady Quinn can function without the ELITE line, yet he nevertheless is a valueless QB. QB who relies upon upon the OL > valueless QB Anderson is a lot greater useful than Quinn the two way, yet regrettably apparently like the Browns are in for yet another pitiful season, merely this time at the back of the reigns of Brady Quinn. Sorry Cleveland.