Stockpiling quarterbacks

The Vikings have drafted six quarterbacks in the past 10 years. Here’s a team-by-team look at quarterbacks taken in the draft since 2006:

Nine

N.Y. Jets: Christian Hackenberg (2016), Bryce Petty (2015), Tajh Boyd (2014), Geno Smith (2013), Greg McElroy (2011), Mark Sanchez (2009), Erik Ainge (2008), Kellen Clemens and Brad Smith (2006)

Seven

Denver: Paxton Lynch (2016), Trevor Siemian (2015), Zac Dysert (2013), Brock Osweiller (2012), Tim Tebow (2010), Tom Brandstater (2009), Jay Cutler (2006)

Six

Vikings: Teddy Bridgewater (2014), Christian Ponder (2011), Joe Webb (2010), John David Booty (2008), Tyler Thigpen (2007), Tarvaris Jackson (2006)

Five

Cleveland: Cody Kessler (2016), Johnny Manziel (2014),

Brandon Weeden (2012), Colt McCoy (2010), Brady Quinn (2007)

Green Bay: Brett Hundley (2015), B.J. Coleman (2012), Brian Brohm and Matt Flynn (2008), Ingle Martin (2006)

Miami: Brandon Doughty (2016), Ryan Tannehill (2012), Pat White (2009), Chad Henne (2008), John Beck (2007)

New England: Jacoby Brissett (2016), Jimmy Garoppolo (2014), Ryan Mallett (2011), Zac Robinson (2010), Kevin O’Connell (2008)

Philadelphia: Carson Wentz (2016), Matt Barkley (2013), Nick Foles (2012), Mike Kafka (2010), Kevin Kolb (2007)

Tampa Bay: Jameis Winston (2015), Mike Glennon (2013), Josh Freeman (2009), Josh Johnson (2008), Bruce Gradkowski (2006)

Tennessee: Marcus Mariota (2015), Zach Mettenberger (2014), Jake Locker (2011), Rusty Smith (2010), Vince Young (2006)

Washington: Nate Sudfeld (2016), Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins (2012), Colt Brennan (2008), Jordan Palmer (2007)

Four

Arizona: Logan Thomas (2014), Ryan Lindley (2012), John Skelton (2010), Matt Leinart (2006)

Baltimore: Keith Wenning (2014), Tyrod Taylor (2011), Joe Flacco (2008), Troy Smith (2007)

Buffalo: Cardale Jones (2016), E.J. Manuel (2013), Levi Brown (2010), Trent Edwards (2007)

Cincinnati: A.J. McCarron (2014), Andy Dalton (2011), Jeff Rowe (2007), Reggie McNeal (2006)

Kansas City: Kevin Hogan (2016), Aaron Murray (2014), Ricky Stanzi (2011), Brodie Croyle (2006)

L.A. Rams: Jared Goff (2016), Sean Mannion (2015), Garrett Gilbert (2014), Sam Bradford (2010), Keith Null (2009)

Oakland: Connor Cook (2016), Derek Carr (2014), Tyler Wilson (2013), JaMarcus Russell (2007)

San Francisco: Jeff Driskel (2016), B.J. Daniels (2013), Colin Kaepernick (2011), Nate Davis (2009)

Three

Atlanta: Sean Renfree (2013), Matt Ryan (2008), D.J. Shockley (2006)

Carolina: Cam Newton (2011), Jimmy Clausen and Tony Pike (2010)

Chicago: David Fales (2014), Nathan Enderle (2011), Dan LeFevour (2010)

Dallas: Dak Prescott (2016), Stephen McGee (2009), Isaiah Stanback (2007)

Detroit: Jake Rudock (2016), Matthew Stafford (2009), Drew Stanton (2007)

Houston: Tom Savage (2014), T.J. Yates (2011), Alex Brink (2008)

Indianapolis: Andrew Luck and Chandler Harnish (2012), Curtis Palmer (2009)

Jacksonville: Brandon Allen (2016), Blake Bortles (2014), Blaine Gabbert (2011)

N.Y. Giants: Ryan Nassib (2013), Rhett Bomar (2009), Andre Woodson (2008)

Pittsburgh: Landry Jones (2013), Dennis Dixon (2008), Omar Jacobs (2006)

L.A. Chargers: Brad Sorensen (2013), Jonathan Crompton (2010), Charlie Whitehurst (2006)

Two

New Orleans: Garrett Grayson (2015), Sean Canfield (2010)

Seattle: Russell Wilson (2012), Mike Teel (2009)

 

Source: Pro Football Reference