The Week 1 performances of rookie QBs ranged from superb (Robert Griffin III) to downright dreadful (Brandon Weeden), writes John Clayton.
Despite a lack of work with their teams in the offseason, rookie quarterbacks looked pretty good in Week 1 of the preseason, writes John Clayton in his latest mailbag.
The lockout may mean that rookie QBs spend 2011 sitting and learning. John Clayton explains why in his latest mailbag.
John Clayton identifies some of the top trends of 2006, including good chemistry paying off and rookie QBs excelling.
From impressive rookie QBs to the amazing recoveries of a number of injured signal callers, John Clayton checks in with some observations.
In most cases, teams are better off when they can sit their rookie QBs instead of playing them immediately.