Why not play two NFL QBs?

Teams with marginal starters might be better served by splitting snaps

Updated: October 22, 2012, 12:14 PM ET
By Steve Wulf | ESPN.com

C'mon, men.

Surely, one of you NFL coaches is willing to try something Tom Landry and Bill Walsh tried. Last I looked, 23 of the 32 teams are at .500 or below after Week 6, and 10 of your starting field generals have a standard passer rating below 80.0.

Not all quarterbacks are created equal. Many of them don't have national ad campaigns. For every Aaron Rodgers, there is a Brandon Weeden.

Yet all of you are still locked into the age-old ...

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