Cut Day Discussion

We take a look around the league at some of the notable quarterback cuts.

Read more about every league QB in our 2017 Pro QB Almanac


New Colts QB Jacoby Brissett Analysis

Author – Bryan Trulen

Jacoby Brissett, Josh McDaniels

Photo Credit – Associated Press

#7 Jacoby Brissett 6’4” 235 2nd Year, North Carolina State


Jacoby Brissett was a third round selection for the Patriots just two years ago. He stepped into the quarterback room and has showed that he belongs in the league. Brissett made a spot start last season and dazzled at times with his athleticism and arm strength. Look for him to continue upward on his developmental track in 2017 and continue to become more comfortable as a passer within the Patriots system.


Brings to the table many desirable traits for the position. Sheer arm strength and velocity are staples of his game as is his fearless nature within the pocket as he does not flinch in the face of pressure. Truly a tough quarterback who has the body and build to withstand physical punishment. Very comfortable throwing on the move as he was often running for life during his time at NC State. This is two fold because he developed some bad habits in college due to the constant pressure was under. This disallowed growth to form in terms of him becoming a seasoned passer. The thing with Brissett though is that he shows ability on film that makes you believe__  To Read the entire report on Brissett as well as every other league QB purchase our 2017 Pro QB Almanac

2016 Mock NFL Draft (Quarterbacks)

In anticipation of Day 1 of the 2016 NFL Draft, QB Film Room has put together a mock of where and how we believe the quarterbacks of the class will end up falling. Enjoy. 

Round 1. (Pick #)

        #1 Jared Goff, California (LA Rams)  

         #2 Carson Wentz, North Dakota State (Philadelphia Eagles) 

          #28 (Dallas obtains Chiefs pick. Christian Hackenberg, Penn State (Dallas Cowboys)

          #29 Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (Arizona Cardinals)

          #31 Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech (Denver Broncos)

Round 2. 

           #32 Kevin Hogan, Stanford (Cleveland Browns)

            #37 Paxton Lynch, Memphis (San Francisco 49ers)

            #41 Brandon Allen, Arkansas (Chicago Bears)

            #47 Connor Cook, Michigan State (New Orleans Saints)

Round 3. 

            #80 Cardale Jones, Ohio State Univ (Buffalo Bills)

Round 4.

            #102 Cody Kessler, USC (San Diego Chargers)

            #104 Vernon Adams, Oregon (Baltimore Ravens)

Round 5. 

           #147 Josh Woodrum, Liberty (Miami Dolphins)

           #151  Trevone Boykin, TCU (Detroit Lions)

           #158 Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky (Washington Redskins)

           #160 Jacoby Brissett, NC State (Minnesota Vikings)

Round 6. 

           #184 Nate Sudfeld, Indiana (NY Giants)

           #204 Joel Stave, Wisconsin (New England Patriots)

           #220 Matt Johnson, Bowling Green (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Round 7. #249 Vad Lee, James Madison Univ (KC Chiefs)6a0120a6abf659970b015431f56832970c