Here's the backup plan when starting QB sits

What do you do if you decide to or you're forced to change quarterbacks? Here's Floyd Reese's plan.

Updated: October 6, 2007, 10:29 PM ET
By Floyd Reese | ESPN.com

I've long been a believer in the old adage that if you think you have two starting quarterbacks, you probably don't have even one. Of the 32 teams in the NFL, probably close to a third of the teams lack a quarterback skilled enough to win a division, let alone a Super Bowl.

Historically, benching a starting quarterback who is injury-free (see Rex Grossman in Chicago) and starting his backup rarely leads to success. Given the time and effort put into selecting and molding a starter, ...

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