I'm the one that posed the question
Doug Williams, Jason Campbell (Redskins QBs)
I'm pretty sure that QBs don't get INT because they play on offense and you can only get INT while playing on defense. That and the QBs don't catch balls, they throw them.
Yes, an NCAA football is smaller than the NFL ball. This size difference makes transistion to the NFL hard for QBs and Kickers.
i no almost NO QBs so my bro thinks payton maning is
i belive Eli and payton are the only brothers who have played against each other as starting nfl qbs
no they are the same. Thats not true. NCAA (college) is slightly smaller while the NFL football is wider. The NFL football makes it a slight challenge for QBs and Kickers to hold the ball.
The Ohio State University has over 400 linebackers in the NFL, some of which also start as QBs because they are considered too valuable to play just LB.
During the regular season teams will usually have three QBs on the roster and all three will dress on game day.
There is no limit as to how many quarterbacks can be on a team. Generally, a team keeps three QBs on the 53 man roster.
The C logo on a nfl jersey stands for Captain.
Starting QBs ... 1 ... Kurt Warner of the St. Louis Rams that won Super Bowl XXXIV.
There are a lot that never started at USC, if you mean QBs that went to NFL without starting at USC then Matt Cassel is one.
Chad Henne, John Navarre, Drew Henson, Todd Collins, Tom Brady, Brian Greise, Elvis Grbac, are Jim Harbaugh are just some of the Michigan graduates who moved on to play in the NFL as QBs.
unless your a phonomical player pretty unlikely. thers only about 96 qbs in the nfl and there all exremely good. but keep on trying and you have a shot!
There are currently 4 black starting QBs in the NFL Mike Vick Robert Griffin III Cam Newton Josh Freeman
Through the 2008 season, 11 Florida QBs have played in the NFL: Kerwin Bell, Rex Grossman, Bob Hewko, Doug Johnson, Eric Kresser, Shane Matthews, Jesse Palmer, John Reaves, Kay Stephenson, Danny Wuerffel, and Steve Spurrier. Not exactly household names but success is in the eye of the beholder. Any player that makes an NFL roster is a success regardless of how their career goes. None of the QBs listed above had great success in the NFL. Rex Grossman was the QB of the Bears that made Super Bowl XLI. Jesse Palmer is more notable for being on 'The Bachelor' than his NFL career. Steve Spurrier had a 10 year career in the NFL but most of it was as a punter and bombed in his two seasons as head coach of the Washington Redskins.
The QBs that threw the most INTs were Jon Kitna, Carson Palmer, and Eli Manning with 20 apiece. The DB with the most INTs was Antonio Cromartie with 10.
The C indicates a team captain.
The longest TD completion in the NFL is 99 yards. Technically, it can't be any more than that. But two QBs have thrown that long, the Vikings did it just a couple of weeks ago.