Newest Philadelphia Eagles QB Matt Barkley got all the publicity for dropping so precipitously in the 2013 draft after electing to stay an extra year in college. Many believe that Barkley could've been a first-round pick (if not Top 10) had he come out for the 2012 event, but so be it. Meanwhile, the team headquartered in Western Pa. had a similar situation unfold with another highly-touted 2012 QB prospect falling to them in the fourth round as well. Landry Jones -- who some thought could've been a first- or second-rounder in 2012 -- will now compete to back up Ben Roethlisberger for the Steelers. But are the Steelers also grooming him to be Roethlisberger's successor?