Six teams -- the Steelers, Giants, Rams, Bears, Saints and the Falcons -- are spending above 13.5 percent of their adjusted cap space on quarterbacks and two, at best, might make it into the postseason.
Even before Johnny Manziel struggled mightily against the Bengals last week, the performance he put on in practice the week leading up to the Cincinnati game was very similar -- and panic could set in even the rookie doesn't start to show signs of improvement.
The Falcons, who have compiled a 9-21 record the last two seasons, are expected to part ways with coach Mike Smith. Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels could be top targets.
Another loss, another inch closer to the Great 2015 Jim Harbaugh Pursuit for the Dolphins. Also, the Bengals find themselves, while the Ravens find out they are the luckiest team in the NFL these days.
It's been a tumultuous tenure for Bears coach MarcTrestman and GM Phil Emery, and things hit a new low when offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer admitted making disparaging remarks about quarterback Jay Cutler.