NFL teams spent big on offense in the 2020 draft. Six offensive tackles went off the board in the first round, and 11 wide receivers were selected in the first 50 picks, setting an NFL record. But quarterback is still king. On a per-snap basis, the NFL spent more on QBs than it did on any other position in the draft, taking three quarterbacks in the top six picks and four in the first round.
These high-value picks will define their franchises for the next few seasons — and we want to try to see just how much they’ll bring to the table. So we’re evaluating the profiles of the top three QBs selected in the draft, using predictive metrics, and assessing their fit with their new teams.
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