NFL combine preview: Here are some QBs, you know, just in case
Matthew Stafford is just the second-most generously compensated a player in NFL history nowadays. We think he'll survive.
What's more, with the way he's played of late, so will the Lions.
They're set for a long time to come at the quarterback position. Be that as it may, don't think little of the likelihood - maybe even the likelihood - they take one at any rate in the NFL draft. Keep in mind, GM Bob Quinn said his first year at work that he trusted it was great business to draft a quarterback about each other year.
What's more, he didn't draft a quarterback a year ago.
Because of that, here are a few quarterbacks to watch one week from now at the join.
Alright, he's not a Lions target. He's a first-round pick. He could be the main quarterback off the board. He could be the No. 1 general pick. Like Matthew Stafford. Who is still under contract. Along these lines, better believe it, Josh Allen won't draw paychecks from the Fords at any point in the near future. Be that as it may, he is one of the year's most polarizing prospects. Furthermore, he's additionally drawing a considerable measure of Stafford correlations. As the most captivating QB prospect in this class, it'll be interesting to perceive what he does in Indy. Regardless of whether he has about as great of a shot of being drafted by the Lions as I do.