By Zack Rosenblatt | NJ.com
The 2020 NFL season will be unlike any season ever before it for a lot of reasons. Let’s focus specifically on the quarterback position.
There’s a cliche that says the backup quarterback is the most popular player in town. In 2020, the backup quarterback position has arguably never been more important.
Think about it: What if Tom Brady or Daniel Jones test positive for the coronavirus in the middle of the season? That would mean that player would, theoretically, have to sit out for two weeks, and the Buccaneers or Giants, in this case, would have no choice but to temporarily hand the keys over to the backup.
Some teams understood that this offseason and invested in backup quarterbacks, including the Giants in signing Colt McCoy.
Others strangely stood pat, like the Rams and Titans. There is still plenty of time to add another quarterback before the season — Colin Kaepernick, anyone? — but for now, let’s take a look at each team’s quarterback situation. ...
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