By Michael LoCoco
PSDC NFL Beat Writer
Look around the NFL for a moment. Look at the state of quarterback play. For every Aaron Rodgers, there are five Alex Smiths. For every Tom Brady there are five Brandon Weedens. The state of quarterback play in the NFL doesn’t look very good right now. The young guns look flawed. The only guy in his prime worth being called elite is Aaron Rodgers. The rest of the league is either trying to eke out a few more years from an old gun or wallowing in quarterback mediocrity. The assumption has always been that when Brady and Manning and Brees retired that they would be replaced by a newer younger crop of elite talent. However, that doesn’t seem to be happening. What if Brady and Manning have broken the NFL? What if they can’t be replaced?