https://www.bigblueview.com/2021/2/...-qb-in-the-2021-draft-besides-trevor-lawrence If there's anymore evidence to suggest drafting a QB in the first is a bad idea so be it, but that kinda sums it up. No QB selected in the 1st round from 09-14 is on the team that drafted them due to being a bust or being traded. Teams really don't have the patience to develop QBs and are wasting draft capital on QBs. Look at how many wasted Browns and Jets QBs there been. I don't think Wentz in Philly should suddenly be given up on either. I think QBs that develop the fastest generally has pieces surrounding them, IE a quality OL and RB/WRs. Teams' management and fans alike put too much value on QBs when drafting them and are prone to quickly give up on them after two seasons. Hopefully the Steelers don't waste the next ten/fifteen years drafting a QB in the first every three seasons, seeking Ben's replacement. That creates weaknesses across the board, thus making it even harder to develop a QB.