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2024 NFL rookie quarterbacks: Team fits, roles, projections - ESPN

Eleven quarterbacks were drafted in the 2024 NFL draft, and six of them were selected in the first 12 picks — a common draft era record (since 1967). Five of them have clear paths to starting this season, while others could be future options and/or reliable backups.

How does each quarterback fit with his new team? We took a closer look at what's next for all 11 draft picks. NFL draft analyst Jordan Reid made sense of each quarterback's scheme fit and how they could excel in the pros, while our NFL Nation reporters focused on each QB's expected role with his new team. And for first-rounders, Reid picked one area where the passer could lead the league in short order, while fantasy football analyst Mike Clay projected rookie-year stat lines.

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Why he fits in Chicago: Trading Justin Fields to the Steelers in March meant all signs pointed to Williams becoming the No. 1 pick, and it's no surprise that the rookie has already been named the Week 1 starter in Chicago. Williams' ball placement, anticipation and creativity make for a perfect fit in new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron's scheme. This offense will be predicated on accuracy and consistently playing on time, so Williams' urge to constantly make highlight-worthy plays will be tested — but when protected, Williams can play in rhythm and dominate. And he will have a great supporting cast around him. — Reid

How the Bears can set him up for success: Long before he arrived for rookie minicamp and was instantly named QB1 by Bears coach Matt Eberflus, Williams was already learning the fundamentals of Chicago's offense, including the cadence to drops under center, route concepts and verbiage that he's expected to master. Since