This is all i see on these morning sports programs these days. I listen to these yahoos all the time and they're supposed to be the widely intelligent, voice of reason and vast knowledge? I they're all a big crock of shit. Just a big bunch of blowhards not trying to accurately answer the question, merely trying to create click bait in a barren, wasteland of football news this time of year. None of them that i can tell is using any amount of common sense to answer that question? Personally, I think the way to most accurately answer this question is to find out which team will have the most talent surrounding said QB? Which coaching staff will do the best job of making the young QB's job easier? Of all the QB's picked in the 1st round last year, I can't see a single QB that has a significant edge in developing? Maybe Mac Jones based on him playing with an established playoff roster? But all in all, I put all of them on the very same starting line. Trevor Lawrence - The Jags really did a lot to try and give Lawrence the necessary supporting cast for him to succeed. However, my problem with them is their existing roster. Besides the Jets I've always considered the Jags to be one of the least talented rosters as well. So while I believe the Jags are building a good roster and hiring the Philly ex HC is another great move, I can't see the talent being there? Trey Lance - For my money, I don't there's a better roster that has a young QB? The 49ers are a SB ready team as we speak. So if I had to say which QB would make the biggest leap? I have no problem saying Lance just because the 49ers have everything, including a great CS to put Lance in the very best position possible to make confidence building plays and develop their QB. Honestly, in Justin Fields case I have no problem placing the Bears dead last in this exercise. I can't see much of anything Bears management did to surround Fields with talent? I really don't think they have much talent to begin with? I'll welcome any feedback you have regarding the Bears. I really don't pay much attention to other teams.I Mac Jones - has a pretty good roster surrounding him from last year. With that said, I don't think they did much for Jones in the offseason? Cole Strange is a good player, so is Tyquan Thorton, but I can't see those additions making Jones so incredibly better than he was last season? They really weren't the most coveted players in the draft, especially given where they were taken. Zach Wilson - I have no doubt JD has transformed this roster. I also have no problem saying JD provided Zach with more weapons than anyone else this offseason. But the Jets are coming from a very bad place. There were like two years ago the very least talented roster in the league. Now they have pretty good talent, in fact I'd rank the Jets roster like 3rd behind the 49ers and patsies. But they don't have any chemistry built up. An awful lot of new faces that have never worked with each other. A pretty young CS that's still learning the ropes in my opinion. So my rankings look like this.... 1) I think Trey Lance is in the very most advantageous position this season. The niners are the very best overall team in the bunch. 2) I put Mac Jones second, however I also believe Jones doesn't have as high of a ceiling coming into the league. There's a good chance that Jones doesn't develop much further or simply caps out soon. 3) Zach Wilson - Of the top 3, Zach is undoubtedly the most talented as far as I'm concerned. His team also made enormous strides in a positive direction. We'll see how fast the Jets can come together as a team and start winning more games than losing. There's a good surpass to 4) Trevor Lawrence - He's going to get better but I think he'll be somewhat limited by a still developing roster. 5) For the reasons i already stated, i can't see Fields doing much of anything. I feel like the Bears GM gave Fields the same treatment as Mike Macagnan gave Sam Darnold. What's your opinion?