Poll: Which Rookie QB WIll Log The Most Playing Time In 2018?

Six quarterbacks were taken in the first three rounds of the 2018 draft, including the Browns taking Baker Mayfield with the No. 1 overall pick.

Though teams spent high-value picks on quarterbacks in 2018, not every quarterback will be in a position to take over a starting role in 2018, though each seemingly has a decent possibility at finding the field in their rookie year. Along with the Browns selecting Mayfield, the Jets selected Sam Darnold with the No. 3 overall pick, the Bills took Josh Allen with the No. 7 overall pick, the Cardinals took Josh Rosen with the No. 10 overall pick and the Ravens selected Lamar Jackson with the No. 32 overall pick. The Steelers also selected Mason Rudolph in the third round of the draft.

Each quarterback has a roadblock to finding playing time in 2018. The Browns acquired quarterback Tyrod Taylor via trade, the Jets re-signed Josh McCown and added Teddy Bridgewater, the Cardinals signed Sam Bradford and the Bills traded for A.J. McCarron. The Steelers have Ben Roethlisberger entrenched in the starting role, though he’s missed eight games over the last three seasons.

So, which quarterback do you think will receive the most playing time in 2018? Will injuries to Ben Roethlisberger or Joe Flacco force Lamar Jackson or Mason Rudolph into action? Or can Mayfield, Darnold, Rosen or Allen win battles in crowded quarterback rooms?

Vote in PFR’s latest poll and weigh in with your thoughts in the comments section!

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21 comments on “Poll: Which Rookie QB WIll Log The Most Playing Time In 2018?

  1. rsscherer5

    I was under the impression AJ McCarron won his appeal and was a UFA not an RFA?

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    • dmart93

      He was ufa idk why bleacher report has stated in two separate articles that they traded for McCarron but that’s not the case. He was signed as an ufa

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  2. sufferfortribe
    sufferfortribe

    Considering Bradford’s injury history, I’m going with Rosen.

    I’d vote in the poll, but the link doesn’t work on the app….again.

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  3. jacobsigel1025

    It has to be either Rosen or Mayfield but I’ll say Rosen

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    • astick

      I don’t know if you guys are doing anything today. You can have a coffee. Yes yes we can. You are going on the road atlas and the forklift driver for the truck is there.

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  4. afsooner02

    Allen should beat out mccarron in preseason and win the starting job right away. Bama QBs are game managers and not nfl material.

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  5. cka2nd

    If McCown can’t cut it or gets hurt, Darnold inches by Rosen because Bradford’s knee is probably in better shape than Bridgewater’s and Glennon is more competent than Hackenberg.

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  6. yoyo137

    Hopefully Lamar Jackson but I’m betting it’ll be one of the Joshes

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  7. itslonelyatthetrop

    Ben Roethlisberger gets knocked OFTS and Mason Rudolph gets 16 starts, plus 1 to 4 playoff starts.

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  8. playicy

    I’ll go w/ josh Rosen with the Arizona Cardinals, because Bradford will get hurt and come on everybody knows how good mike Glennon is as a quarterback( garbage)

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  9. tharrie0820

    Astonishing they still haven’t edited out the error about McCarron. Astonishing it even made it there in the first place

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  10. dust44

    Rosen and Darnold will start early. Atleast 1 of the 2 will on week 1.

    Mayfield and Allen most likely by mid season. If they aren’t in the playoff picture. (I know that sounds weird about the Browns)

    Jackson and Rudolph will both get a injury start by the end of the year.

    Might even get a Lauletta sighting if Eli gets hurt or stinks up the turf. And with Mariotas injury history might even see Falk.

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