Drafting a QB can be simple ... but also tricky

For the Dolphins and Falcons to maximize the early portion of the draft, they should follow the approach of the Cleveland Browns in last year's draft, writes John Clayton.

Originally Published: February 25, 2008
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- Since 1990, there has been only one draft -- the Donovan McNabb draft of 1999 -- in which six quarterbacks were selected in the first two rounds.

This spring, six quarterbacks -- Matt Ryan, Brian Brohm, Chad Henne, Joe Flacco, Andre' Woodson and John David Booty -- are grading out as first- and second-round talents. Yet none of the six has exploded off the draft charts as a sure-bet franchise starter.

Having spent the weekend at the NFL combine ...

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