On April 29, 2021, the Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets, and San Francisco 49'ers will almost certainly take quarterbacks with the first three picks in the NFL Draft. Since the merger, quarterbacks have been selected "one, two, three" overall just twice.
In 1971: Jim Plunkett to the Patriots, Archie Manning to the Saints, Dan Pastorini to the Oilers.
In 1999: Tim Couch to the Browns, Donovan McNabb to the Eagles, Akili Smith to the Bengals.
In this episode, we look at how those quarterbacks performed in the NFL. Can that tell us anything about the 2021 Draft?
Hundred Yard History With Dan Swartwout uses stathead.com for statistical research