Today we look at the quarterback position.
Arizona Cardinals: Matt Leinart
Matt Leinart has championship experience, albeit in college and by learning from former QB Kurt Warner ever since he entered the league Leinart has the potential to be a successful quarterback for the Cardinals. Leinart takes over the team with just 17 NFL starts.
Seattle Seahawks: Matt Hasselbeck
Matt Hasselbeck has more career starts than all the other NFC West QB’s combined. Although injuries have hampered his production the last few seasons his experience also extends to the playoffs and a Super Bowl appearance.
St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford
Sam Bradford will be the starter for the Rams which is in part due to his talent but also because he is the default QB when you look at the rest of the options on the roster. Bradford will turn the Rams into contenders again but that may take a few seasons.
San Francisco 49ers: Alex Smith
Alex Smith ended last season with a 5-5 record throwing 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Smith has more confidence now than he has ever had in his career and will be looking to silence his detractors this season as a draft bust.
Looking at the NFC West quarterbacks there is really not much competition as to who is the best QB in the division. The only one who has playoff experience, won the division and appeared in a Super Bowl is Matt Hasselbeck.
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