Five teams with the worst Quarterback situations going into the 2018 off-season
Some teams are going to be pretty desperate for a new quarterback or two heading into the off-season. While a few teams are set with the best of the best in Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Russell Wilson, others have a promising future with Carson Wentz, Watson, and Jared Goff.
However, there are a few that have the full package apart from the signal caller spot. This year has some big-name quarterbacks hitting the open market such as AJ McCarron, Kirk Cousins, Sam Bradford, and Case Keenum.
Adding to that some great talent in this year's draft and most of these teams will be searching for options ahead of the upcoming season.
Here are five teams who need to sort out their quarterback situation:
#5 Buffalo Bills
The Bills have two quarterbacks under contract for next season, Tyrod Taylor and Nathan Peterman. Taylor is most likely on his way out with Buffalo looking to lower the money he is making, or trade him. Nathan could develop, but he was awful when he got his opportunity this past season. Taylor's situation has been strange in Buffalo for a while. He has always played well for them, but it seems as if they never really wanted him to be their guy.
Even if Nathan was thought to be the solution prior to his terrible performances, Buffalo couldn't possibly feel comfortable with him as of today. Buffalo have two first-round picks in this year's draft. It is possible they select a quarterback in their position or even use the picks to move up and draft one of the best available. No matter what, they are in a tight situation.