Of the eight quarterbacks left standing this year, one was a No. 1 pick drafted by his original team. Luck in Indy. And that was his first playoffs in four years. That means lots of teams passed on quarterbacks beyond even, say, the Tom Brady and Drew Brees stories. Patrick Mahomes, whom everyone loves now, was drafted by Kansas City in a trade up with the Buffalo Bills, who desperately needed a quarterback. Cleveland, too, could have had Mahomes, or Deshaun Watson, or Carson Wentz, or any half-dozen other talents they passed on before drafting Baker Mayfield.