It s become more than clear that no team can succeed in theNFLunless they have a good quarterback.
Football is a team sport, but poor QB play has held solid teams back multiple times in the past, and it s the most important position on the field nowadays.
That s why former NFL QB Dan Orlovsky wanted to put into context just how stacked the AFC Conference is going to be next season.
Orlovsky pointed out the fact that at least one elite quarterback is going to miss the playoffs, regardless of his talents.
1 isn t making it
On top of tua and Mac and Russell https://t.co/59NBHv1hFT
Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) April 26, 2023
Josh Allen, Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, Justin Herbert, Trevor Lawrence, Deshaun Watson, Lamar Jackson, and Joe Burrow are all superstars in this league, while Tua Tagovailoa is a rising star, and Russell Wilson still has some left in the tank.
Of course, one could make a case about the Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, and Buffalo Bills being near-locks to make the playoffs, but the truth is that the conference is more stacked now than ever.
You can t also count out Mike Tomlin or Bill Belichick s defensive expertise and craftiness, so it seems like the AFC will be up for grabs in 2023.
It s nice to know that the league is in great hands and that we ll witness some epic QB showdowns for the next decade at least, not to mention the fact that the NFC also features plenty of talent at the position.
The league is in great hands, regardless of what old-school fans may say.