End of an Era
The NFL's perfect mix of old and new quarterbacks is coming to an end. Hall of Famers like Manning, Brees, and Brady have retired, leaving a void.
Last season marked the retirement of Tom Brady, ending an era that started in 1997 without Brady or a Manning leading the league.
Aaron Rodgers remains the last of the greatest quarterback generation, turning 40 this season. He's now with the New York Jets and faces high expectations.
New Generation Rises
As the older generation departs, a new wave of young quarterbacks is emerging. Players like Mahomes, Allen, Burrow, and Herbert are already stars before turning 30.
Burden on Young Stars
The pressure is on the younger generation of quarterbacks to carry the NFL into the future. They must live up to the legacy of the departing greats.
Exciting new stars like Trevor Lawrence, Justin Fields, Tua Tagovailoa, and Jalen Hurts are poised to shape the future of the league.
The league is filled with promising rookies and young talent like Bryce Young, C.J. Stroud, Anthony Richardson, and next year's prospects Caleb Williams and Drake Maye.
The Next Era Begins
The NFL is in transition, bidding farewell to legendary quarterbacks while embracing a new generation full of potential and excitement. The future looks bright for football.