Was surfing around SB Nation tonight and noticed an article on the front board of Big Cat Country (Jaguars) that caught my attention.
The article is a piece written by one of their contributors who explains the findings of Bears GM Phil Emery, about the success so-called "developmental" QBs have had in the NFL, and the results are surprising.
The article goes on to show that from 2006-2013; 61 QBs have been drafted in the 3rd round and beyond, Only 2 of those QB's are now starters.
I have not been campaigning for a late round QB simply because if Bradford doesn't produce this year, does anyone think an Aaron Murray, Connor Shaw, or Tahj Boyd type quarterback is going to come in for the Rams in their second year and actually produce? I am also not advocating a QB for the Rams in the first round this year, but next year it is much more likely. Anyways, just thought y'all would find it interesting.