One AFC personnel exec told the NFL Network's Albert Breer that "this class doesn't have a ready-made starter" at the QB position.
"The (QB) class as a whole is very average," said the exec. "But if you don't have one, you're looking for one, always. Are there potential starters? Yes. But there's no clear-cut, first-day, walk-in-the-door franchise player. For all these guys, there'll have to be a maturation process. Now, some may walk into a situation where they need to start."