For as long as there has been an NFL, coaches have sought to answer pro football’s eternal question: How do you develop a talented young quarterback? Do you throw the quarterback into the deep end of the pool right away, the way the Bengals did last year with Joe Burrow? Do you let the quarterback sit on the bench for some years and learn the game, the way the Packers did with Aaron Rodgers? Do you let the quarterback take his lumps for a long time in the hope that he’ll pull through in the end, the way the Steelers did with Terry Bradshaw?
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