Twenty four of the 26 quarterbacks drafted in the first round over the last 10 years started as rookies, but only 10 of those 26 are still starting for the teams which originally drafted them. Throw in a defending Super Bowl champion with a wide-open QB situation, and that's what makes the Paxton Lynch situation so intriguing.
Young arms are perennial hot NFL Draft commodities, and this year is no exception with nine or so teams expecting to be vying for the top quarterback prospects in the first two rounds.
There certainly was no lull this past week in the ever-spinning Orange & Blue news cycle as the seven days were filled with TMZ clips, the trade of a Pro Bowler, a pair of player additions and breathless but overblown Johnny Manziel rumors.
In the unenviable position the salary-cap strapped defending champs find themselves in, they need another veteran player at the league's most expensive -- and overpaid -- position.