This is Buffalo's Week 1 starting quarterback (if rapid knee-tissue regeneration is not part of E.J. Manuel's skill set).
You may not know much about Jeff Tuel, other than that he has demonstrated an ability to throw short passes with decent accuracy against defenses comprised primarily of men who will not be playing football for money in a few weeks.
But with Manuel's availability for the opener against New England in 13 days still uncertain, Kevin Kolb uncertain to ever play the game again, and uncertainty over whether new acquisitions Matt Leinart and Thaddeus Lewis have even received their playbooks yet, it's time to educate yourself.
We Want Marangi is here to help, with this Jeff Tuel primer from SBNation (which was brought to our attention by WWM's Maui Bureau Chief, Adam Borowiec.
And here's another piece on the franchise's most unlikely starting quarterback since Ed Rutkowski (as well as the first undrafted rookie to start a season opener since 1967), an article which is based on actual research, and therefore less interesting.