AS WELL ASToo often, NFL pundits, both on the 32 teams and in the media, brag about their knowledge of pre-NFL draft prospects, the ghost of the current Tampa Bay Buccaneers defender Tom Brady pops up and reminds them that everything they think they know might be a lie.
Brady was taken No. 199 overall in the sixth round Project 2000 through New England Patriots and, to everyone’s surprise, you became the player with the most Super Bowl rings in history with seven.
However, now that Baker Mayfield came to Carolina Panthers try to compete with TB12 for NFC North we took it upon ourselves to count four guys who should have been starting quarterbacks in this division, and when they were drafted vs. their performance in the NFL, the results again confirm how greedy NFL Draft e.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Tom Brady
As we said in the paragraphs above, Brady was selected 199th overall in the sixth round of the 2000 Draft by the Pats despite his 22 seasons in the NFL not only does he hold the Lombardi Trophy record, but he only has two NFL teams (as do all of his competitors) and virtually every corresponding record in the history of the NFL quarterback position.
New Orleans Saints – Jameis Winston
Jameis Winston was the first overall pick in the 2015 draft. Florida the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he frustrated five seasons with that team before being traded to New Orleans Saints just to make way for TB12.
Carolina Panthers-Baker Mayfield
The quarterback situation for the Panthers has been a disaster since Cam Newtonfirst exit, so they hope to give a second chance in the NFL to Baker Mayfield, who finished very poorly with Cleveland Browns after being selected first overall in the 2018 draft.
Atlanta Falcons – Marcus Mariota
Unlike Winston and Mayfield, Marcus Mariota was selected not No. 1, but No. 2 in the 2015 Draft just after the current QB Saints when he was selected. Tennessee TitansI have already left “Music City” to play with las vegas raiders and this year he will have a third NFL team to heal the huge hole left by Matt Ryan With Atlanta Falcons.