NFL ICYMI: Bills, Bears latest to see QB problem get worse

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The NFL has a quarterback problem and it’s only getting worse by the week.
There are not very many people, among the world’s billions, who are capable of playing the most important position in professional football well — and the number available to try keeps dwindling.
With Buffalo’s Josh Allen and Chicago’s Mitchell Trubisky, a pair of young first-round draft picks, both getting hurt Sunday, seven of the league’s 32 teams, which works out to 22%, are without their preferred QB at the moment because of injury.

And it’s only Week 4.
All of which raises two key questions:
At this rate, who’s going to be left by the time the playoffs roll around?
What, if anything, can or should the NFL, or individual teams and coaches, do to better protect the guys who play quarterback and make the games watchable?
Allen was in the concussion protocol after he took a helmet-to-helmet hit from Jonathan Jones on a run at the start of the fourth quarter during the Bills‘ 16-10 loss to the New England Patriots.
“There’s no room in football for that,” Buffalo coach Sean

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