Insiders roundtable: The QB, coach, rookie we'd want for the future

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Would you rather have Andrew Luck, Cam Newton or Russell Wilson as your team's quarterback for the next 10 years? Which rookie will be the Class of 2016's best in five years? Will the NFL have a new franchise in the near future?

After the release of the new edition of the Future Power Rankings, our NFL Insiders take a stab at predicting the future of the league:

1. Which team has the most talented "young" roster in the NFL?

Matt Bowen, NFL writer: Jacksonville. A young, developing quarterback with a big arm, playmakers at wide receiver and a core of fast and explosive future studs on defense.

John Clayton, senior NFL writer: Seattle. Its entire core is under contract for a few more years and most of its best players aren't close to their 30s. Plus they reloaded big-time in the draft.

Mike Sando, senior NFL writer: Seattle. It has zero stars over the age of 30 and several in the 23-28 range.

Aaron Schatz, editor-in-chief of Football Outsiders: Jacksonville, although that answer may give a bit too much credit to players who haven't yet taken a snap in the NFL (Jalen Ramsey, Myles Jack and Dante Fowler Jr.).

Field Yates, NFL Insider: It's scary to think, but my answer is Seattle. Consider the list of players on its roster who are 27 or younger: Russell Wilson, Earl Thomas, Bobby Wagner, Doug Baldwin, Thomas Rawls, Jermaine Kearse, Tyler Lockett, K.J. Wright, Jeremy Lane and a host of others. Deep and talented.