An economics degree isn’t needed to understand that the NFL has an ongoing supply-and-demand crisis.
Too many teams need quarterbacks and there aren’t enough good ones (like Peyton Manning in 2012) available to fill all the spots.
The problem is especially pronounced this year with an extremely weak free-agent class and draft class that isn’t nearly as deep as the one that produced four first-round picks and third-round gem Russell Wilson in 2012.
Where do things stand with the starter and backups for your favorite team? Here’s a primer as the free-agent signing period is set to begin March 12. —Alex Marvez
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