The quarterback position typically drives the buzz surrounding an NFL Draft, and 2016 is no different.
With the Tennessee Titans, who hold the No. 1 pick, all set at quarterback, all eyes are on the Browns to see whether Cleveland will be the first team to draft a signal-caller. If the Browns do, it'll mark the second consecutive year a quarterback has been selected with the No. 2 overall pick and will ensure a quarterback is taken in the top three for the 14th time in the last 15 years.
That's just the beginning of our quarterbacks in the draft edition of this week's "Numbers to Know."
20 - Of the top 32 quarterbacks in passing yardage to finish the 2015 regular season, 20 were first-round picks.
4 - Of that same top 32, four were second-round draft picks. Three of the four (Drew Brees, Andy Dalton and Derek Carr) have made the Pro Bowl. Brock Osweiler is the other.
3 - Number of quarterbacks in that same top 32 who were third-round selections. Seattle's Russell Wilson is the only one to make the Pro Bowl. Nick Foles and Josh McCown are the others.
4 - Quarterbacks in the top 32 who were drafted in the fourth round and beyond. They are: Tom Brady, Kirk Cousins, Tyrod Taylor and Ryan Fitzpatrick.
1 - Undrafted quarterback in that top 32 (Brian Hoyer).
10 - Number of quarterbacks in the top 32 who were the first quarterback selected in their respective draft class dating back to 2003 (Carson Palmer). Of the 10, eight were the No. 1 overall pick. The other two, Blake Bortles and Matt Ryan, were selected third overall. The remaining three who were the first quarterbacks in their respective classes -- EJ Manuel, JaMarcus Russell and Vince Young -- are either retired or had minimal participation in 2015.
16 - Quarterbacks selected in the first round since 2010.
8 - Quarterbacks selected in the first round since 2010 who are the clear-cut starters of their respective teams. One of the eight, Sam Bradford, is on a different team than the one that drafted him.
7 - Quarterbacks selected in the second round since 2010.
3 - Quarterbacks selected in the second round since 2010 who are the clear-cut starters of their respective teams. One of the three, Osweiler, is on a different team than the one that drafted him. Dalton and Carr are the others.
24 - Number of traditional drafts Cleveland went without taking a quarterback in the first round, a stretch from 1970 (Mike Phipps, No. 3 overall pick) to 1999 (Tim Couch, No. 1). The Browns did, however, fork over a first-round pick when they selected Bernie Kosar in the first round of the 1985 supplemental draft.
1 - Number of times the Browns have taken the first quarterback in a traditional draft (Couch).