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NFL Draft - First Round Quarterbacks

Name the quarterbacks who have been drafted in the first round of the NFL draft since 2000.
Last updated: September 06, 2018
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Year
Team
School
Quarterback
2018
Browns
Oklahoma
Baker Mayfield
2018
Jets
USC
Sam Darnold
2018
Bills
Wyoming
Josh Allen
2018
Cardinals
UCLA
Josh Rosen
2018
Ravens
Louisville
Lamar Jackson
2017
Bears
North Carolina
Mitchell Trubisky
2017
Chiefs
Texas Tech
Patrick Mahomes II
2017
Texans
Clemson
Deshaun Watson
2016
Rams
Cal
Jared Goff
2016
Eagles
North Dakota St
Carson Wentz 
2016
Broncos
Memphis
Paxton Lynch
2015
Bucs
Florida St
Jameis Winston
2015
Titans
Oregon
Marcus Mariota
2014
Jaguars
UCF
Blake Bortles
2014
Browns
Texas A&M
Johnny Manziel
2014
Vikings
Louisville
Teddy Bridgewater
2013
Bills
Florida St
EJ Manuel
2012
Colts
Stanford
Andrew Luck
2012
Redskins
Baylor
Robert Griffin III
2012
Dolphins
Texas A&M
Ryan Tannehill
2012
Browns
Oklahoma St
Brandon Weeden
2011
Panthers
Auburn
Cam Newton
2011
Titans
Washington
Jake Locker
2011
Jaguars
Missouri
Blaine Gabbert
2011
Vikings
Florida St
Christian Ponder
2010
Rams
Oklahoma
Sam Bradford
2010
Broncos
Florida
Tim Tebow
Year
Team
School
Quarterback
2009
Lions
Georgia
Matthew Stafford
2009
Jets
USC
Mark Sanchez
2009
Bucs
Kansas St
Josh Freeman
2008
Falcons
Boston College
Matt Ryan
2008
Ravens
Delaware
Joe Flacco
2007
Raiders
LSU
JaMarcus Russell
2007
Browns
Notre Dame
Brady Quinn
2006
Titans
Texas
Vince Young
2006
Cardinals
USC
Matt Leinart
2006
Broncos
Vanderbilt
Jay Cutler
2005
49ers
Utah
Alex Smith
2005
Packers
Cal
Aaron Rodgers
2005
Redskins
Auburn
Jason Campbell
2004
Chargers
Ole Miss
Eli Manning
2004
Giants
NC State
Philip Rivers
2004
Steelers
Miami (OH)
Ben Roethlisberger
2004
Bills
Tulane
J. P. Losman
2003
Bengals
USC
Carson Palmer
2003
Jaguars
Marshall
Byron Leftwich
2003
Ravens
Cal
Kyle Boller
2003
Bears
Florida
Rex Grossman
2002
Texans
Fresno St
David Carr
2002
Lions
Oregon
Joey Harrington
2002
Redskins
Tulane
Patrick Ramsey
2001
Falcons
Virginia Tech
Michael Vick
2000
Jets
Marshall
Chad Pennington
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level 56
May 2, 2016
Yeesh. Even by generous standards, only about 20 of these guys have been any good. Goes to show that all the pre-draft hype isn't worth much.
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level 80
May 2, 2016
That's pretty generous, all right. I put it at more like 11.
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level 36
May 3, 2016
Got to be way more than 11. Luck, Newton, Stafford, Ryan, Flacco, Cutler, Smith, Rodgers, Manning, Rivers, Big Ben, Palmer, Vick and Pennington. That's being strict, who do you leave out?
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level 80
May 4, 2017
Purely subjectively, I'd take Cutler, Smith, and Pennington off that list. It really depends on your definition of "any good". If all you're shooting for is winning 60% of your games and maybe a first round playoff loss, maybe you could expand the list a bit.
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level 56
Sep 12, 2018
Pennington was very good. He was mostly ignored in the press because he had no flash, no personality, and he was on bad Jets teams for most of his career, but he had a few really big years (Comeback Player of the Year with the Dolphins, 13-3 with the Jets, among others) and was never a liability. He is second all-time in completion percentage, behind only Drew Brees. Granted, that doesn't make him a superstar because he mostly played the short yardage game. But still, a QB who plays ten years and has a higher completion percentage than all but one other player (who is himself one of the best QB's ever) has to at least qualify as "good."
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level 54
Sep 18, 2018
Pennington was very much a liability because he had below average arm strength for a quarterback
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level 36
Jul 7, 2016
Brandon Weedon not Weeden
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level 75
Sep 13, 2016
Uh, no. Look it up.
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level 22
Feb 23, 2018
Weeden bub
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level 15
Aug 9, 2016
We don't know if Lynch, Goff, Wentz, Mariota, or Winston will busts or not. And Mustang Man, Pennington was OK at best but the rest I agree
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level 50
Aug 22, 2016
ayyy phil rivers. i have his autograph from when he was at state
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level 2
Jan 25, 2017
How many of these guys end up being a bust
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level 3
Mar 3, 2017
Jay Cutler is trash
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level 3
Apr 21, 2017
He actually just isnt trying. ur just being a cyber bully
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level 74
May 2, 2017
The Browns, Bears, Bills, Redskins, Titans, Raiders Jaguars and Broncos have drafted most of these guys, the other 24 teams seem to appear here only once or twice. And most of the picks those repeat #1 draft teams made are the busts, and only the Broncos have a recent history of winning out of that group. And the Broncos' victorious seasons were with a QB they picked up from someone else when he was too beat up for the Colts to keep him, not with one of the 6 guys they drafted. Just goes to prove that how you manage a team makes a difference. The draft does matter.
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level 70
May 31, 2017
The Colts did not part with Peyton Manning simply because he was "beat up". They had a chance to draft their next franchise QB in Andrew Luck, and there wasn't going to be room for both of them on the same roster. (to say nothing about the salary cap implications) Indy did the only sensible thing, IMO, and parted amicably with Peyton. I'm sure it did not come as a surprise to him.
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level ∞
Apr 27, 2018
Given everything that has transpired, I'm not sure I'd call the Indianapolis Colts "sensible".
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level 22
Feb 23, 2018
Finally got 100% on my 8th try
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level 58
Feb 27, 2018
I can't believe I got them all (2:08). It just shows you how critical a first round quarterback is to a franchise's fortunes, either good or bad. The good ones are mostly all still playing and the bad ones you still remember because of how far back they set their franchise. There were a few that were more anonymous because their teams moved on quicker or they were late-first-round guys who weren't highly touted, but it's amazing how relevant a lot of these names/picks still are to franchise fortunes today.
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level 58
Jun 16, 2018
52/53 with over 1:30 left. For the life of me, couldnt think of who the Jets drafted this year. I broke down and googled it.
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level 71
Sep 11, 2018
Four of these guys have played for the Vikings. Arguably the best was Bradford, who just couldn't stay healthy. Bridgewater was pretty promising until the day his knee exploded out of nowhere in practice (supposedly the injury was so bad that some of his teammates were physically ill from having seen it). Ponder, while not as big a bust as some of the folks on this list, definitely wasn't worth a first-round pick. Josh Freeman only played in one game, but it was a memorable one: he completed 37.7% of his passes and left people wondering what in the world the coaching staff was smoking putting him in there.
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level 56
Sep 12, 2018
Who played QB for the Vikings against the Giants on Monday Night Football in 2013 or 2014? It was the worst football game I've ever seen. The Vikings' QB either got hurt or was benched, and then they brought in someone who had maybe the worst QB performance I've ever seen. Might have been Joe Webb. I can't remember for certain. But the whole game was unwatchable. Eli Manning stunk too. It got so bad that Mike Tirico became openly hostile on the microphone.
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level 59
Sep 25, 2018
Josh Freeman only played in 1 game???? He started for Tampa Bay for the better part of 4 seasons.