These 8 teams need to improve their quarterback situation. The Quarterback is the general of the offense and one of, if not the most important position on the team. These teams need to find new starting Quarterbacks to improve their teams.
New York Jets - The New York Jets had one of the worst passing offense in the NFL a year ago, and that will not change in 2013 until the reins are taken from quarterback Mark Sanchez.
Oakland Raiders - The time is now for Oakland to find a new franchise quarterback. The Raiders hold the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft and should look to use it on a name like Geno Smith.
Arizona Cardinals - The Arizona Cardinals utilized a triple-headed monster at the quarterback position in 2012 to laughable results. Kevin Kolb, John Skelton and Ryan Lindley combined to create the worst passing offense in the NFL
Buffalo Bills - Ryan Fitzpatrick may not be the starter for the Buffalo Bills in 2013 if offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett's lack of commitment to him with the media is any indication
Jacksonville Jaguars - The Jacksonville Jaguars moved on from supposed franchise quarterback Blaine Gabbert last year after he was injured.
Cleveland Bills - The Cleveland Browns spent an early pick on Brandon Weeden in last year's draft despite him already being 29 years old. Now, it sounds as if the Browns would be willing to move on from the questionable investment.
Kansas City Chiefs - Head coach Andy Reid is still evaluating Cassel as a starting quarterback. It is the nice thing to say, but a quarterback guru like Reid knows that the body of work Cassel has given the Chiefs over the past four years is not cutting it.
Minnesota Vikings - Ponder was horrendous last year, as noted by his bottom-five ranking in ProFootballFocus' quarterback rankings. He completed 60 percent of his passes for almost 3,000 yards and added 18 touchdowns to 12 interceptions.