As the 2015 NFL season kicks off, the quarterbacks will take center stage.
The future is bright at the position as more than half of the league’s Week 1 starters enter the season under 30 years old. Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback JAMEIS WINSTON, who was the No. 1 overall selection in the 2015 NFL Draft, will make his season debut against Tennessee. The Titans feature their own young signal caller in MARCUS MARIOTA (No. 2 overall), who is poised to become the first rookie in franchise history to start on Kickoff Weekend.
Meanwhile, veteran quarterbacks PEYTON MANNING of the Denver Broncos and TOM BRADY of the New England Patriots are the oldest and most experienced announced starters as they enter their 18th and 16th NFL seasons, respectively.
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