There isn't a quarterback battle at Redskins Park for a change. But here are the top three teams with questions surrounding the most important position in football:

3. Seattle Seahawks » Seattle signed free agent quarterback Matt Flynn to a three-year deal worth $26 million with $10 million guaranteed. But Flynn was not handed the starting job. Instead, the Seahawks spent a third-round pick on Russell Wilson, and 2011 starter Tarvaris Jackson is still around. But a team doesn't spend that kind of money to bring in Flynn to be a backup.

2. Miami Dolphins » The Dolphins have a savvy veteran (David Garrard), an experienced passer coming off his best season (Matt Moore) and a first-round pick (Ryan Tannehill). Garrard is listed as the starter on Miami's first depth chart, but Moore had an impressive second half of the 2011 season. Over his last nine games, he went 6-3 with a 97.8 passer rating. Tannehill is the Dolphins' future, but he won't see any time early this season.

1. New York Jets » All Mark Sanchez did in his first three seasons is make two AFC championship games. But he also has thrown 55 touchdowns to 51 interceptions, and the Jets missed the playoffs last year. Enter Tim Tebow. Sanchez will likely win this quarterback battle out of camp, but once Sanchez has a bad outing, the pressure to play Tebow will mount. The Jets didn't bring Tebow in to play on the punt team. He'll be running the Wildcat and pushing Sanchez throughout the year.

- Jeffrey Tomik