Usually the controversial story lines for NFL teams entail two quarterbacks. They are in situations where both have shown the ability to lead the team and to be the starter.
Seattle has gone through this in the past with a young Matt Hasselbeck and Trent Dilfer.
It usually comes down to a couple factors: Who is going to make my team win right now, and who is the future at that position? If a team is out of playoff contention, one usually sides with the future; conversely, if the playoffs are still within reach you stick with who makes you win now.
What if the player who looks to be more a part of the future is also currently producing better than the incumbent starter?
Take a look at the situation here in Seattle for the 2009 season. LetÆs call them p ...
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Article written by Todd Williams