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2016 NFL Draft: Breaking down QBs and Cardale Jones' draft range

The Mocking the Draft podcast is back and in this week's episode we're analyzing the draft's best quarterbacks, answering reader questions and much more.

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The Mocking the Draft podcast is back. Buffalo Bills beat writer Matthew Fairburn and SB Nation NFL Draft editor Dan Kadar return to break down the 2016 NFL Draft.

This week's episode is all about quarterbacks. The first-round names are obvious. Jared Goff of Cal, Carson Wentz of North Dakota State and Paxton Lynch of Memphis should all be picked in the top 25. But is there a quarterback after them that could be a future franchise player?

If the draft range is right, that player could be Cardale Jones of Ohio State. Despite only having 270 career pass attempts, Jones is plenty intriguing as a prospect. He has perhaps the strongest arm in the draft, is built like Ben Roethlisberger and there aren't any major character questions. Jones will need to be developed properly, but the same can be said for Goff, Wentz and Lynch.

As always, we answer a few reader questions. If you have a draft question, leave it in the comments and we might answer it in next week's show.

You can listen right here, or subscribe on iTunes.