A look at the NFC West Starting Quarterbacks:
Arizona – Kurt Warner. Warner, the 11th year QB from Northern Iowa, has seemed like a man re-born. At 37, Warner isn’t getting any younger. However he currently is the “best option to win”, according to coach Ken Whisenhunt. His back-up of course is Matt Leinart, the third year pro from the University of Southern California. He’ll probably get into action at some point, for now though, welcome Kurt Warner to your starting lineup.
St. Louis – Marc Bulger. Bulger, the 8th year man out of West Virginia, is looking to regain his pro-bowl form. From the sounds of things, it seems like he is well on his way. Although he seemed to struggle last season, he is still a threat to take over a game and crush you. Bulger’s backup is Trent Green, who makes a return to St. Louis.
San Francisco – J.T. O’Sullivan. I know what you are thinking, who? Yep, the 6th year quarterback from Cal-Davis, is the man that beat out backup Alex Smith for the starting nod. O’Sullivan played with Detroit last season, when he threw his first regular season touchdown ever. Alex Smith may be close to being called a bust.
Seattle – Matt Hasselbeck. Hasselbeck continues to be the man for the Seahawks. The 10 year pro from Boston College continues to be one the the top quarterbacks in the league. Coming off a 2007 campaign with a rating of 91.4, he is always a threat to expose a weak defense. His backup is Seneca Wallace from Iowa State.