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Posted on: September 16, 2020 at 08:49:15 CT
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As far as somewhat recent QB's, the most successful, by far, was Brad Smith, but he doesn't answer your question as he was a WR in the NFL.

That leaves pretty much Chase Daniel, Blaine Gabbert and Drew Lock.

Daniel has pretty good, but limited numbers in his 65 games (only 5 starts). He's made a boatload of money (45 million+) for 479 career snaps.

Gabbert started way more games than Daniel (48 starts in 56 games played) though his numbers were less attractive and it's noteworthy he's already out of the league.

So Gabbert played more, which may indicate that he is/was better, but Daniel had the better numbers in his limited opportunities.

Asking this question in 2-3 years will likely give you a different answer altogether, as it looks like Drew Lock will be a very solid NFL QB for several years.

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