The Rams selected Stetson Bennett in the fourth round, giving them two quarterbacks who played college football at Georgia (they still have Matthew Stafford). When was the last time an NFL team had two players from the same school, with both throwing multiple touchdowns in that season? About 3 years ago.


New England in 2020 (with Cam Newton starting most of the year and Jarrett Stidham throwing 2 TDs – both played college ball at Auburn). In the same season, the Colts had a pair from North Carolina State (Philip Rivers and Jacoby Brissett), but Brissett didn’t throw any touchdowns that year. Twice in the 32-team era, teams have started pairs of quarterbacks from the same school, but neither is particularly memorable. The 2011 St. Louis Rams, with A.J. Feeley and Kellen Clemens (from Oregon) both starting 3 games; and the 2003 Denver Broncos, with Steve Beuerlein and Jarious Jackson (from Notre Dame) both getting spot starts. There's another team for the upcoming season that could also do the double-school dip at quarterback, the Saints (with Derek Carr and rookie Jake Haener both having played at Fresno State).