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Paul Zimmerman
August 29, 1988
THE DEARTH OF TALENT AT QUARTERBACK SEEMS TO BE MORE GLARING THAN EVER. QUESTION IS, WHY?
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August 29, 1988

Apb For Qbs

THE DEARTH OF TALENT AT QUARTERBACK SEEMS TO BE MORE GLARING THAN EVER. QUESTION IS, WHY?

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AFC

COLTS: Bert Jones vs. Trudeau and Gary Hogeboom. Score one for '73.

Bills: Joe Ferguson vs. Kelly. Kelly wins, but it's close.

Bengals: Ken Anderson vs. Esiason. Anderson is a future Hall of Famer. He gets the nod.

Browns: Mike Phipps vs. Kosar. No contest. It's Kosar.

Broncos: Charley Johnson vs. Elway. Johnson was the first honest-to-good-ness quarterback that Denver had who knew how to move a team, but Elway has the edge.

Oilers: Dan Pastorini and Lynn Dickey vs. Warren Moon. Two beleaguered rookies against a competent vet. Moon wins, but Pastorini and Dickey certainly had the arms.

Chiefs: Len Dawson vs. Bill Kenney. Dawson, a Hall of Famer, is an easy choice.

Dolphins: Griese vs. Marino. Sorry, Bob.

Patriots: Jim Plunkett, age 25, with a whole rags-to-riches career in front of him, vs. Steve Grogan, backed up by an injured Eason. Many things to evaluate, past, future, entire career. Very difficult. Call it even.

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