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1Aaron Rodgers30GBP1121.3Still has the best outlook with a pass-first offense and elite weapons all over the field and at age 30 Rodgers is still in his prime
2Andrew Luck24IND3412.7Luck will be elite for the next decade, his 8,196 passing yards through two seasons is an NFL record
3Drew Brees35NOS2363.7Averages an amazing 4,842 passing yards in seven years as a Saint, heads into 2014 with an unprecedented three-straight 5K passing seasons
4Cam Newton24CAR6244.0Cam's passing yards has dropped for two straight seasons since his 4,051 rookie season but he remains a major rushing threat and Carolina should upgrade its receivers this off-season
5Matthew Stafford26DET5534.3Stafford is one of only 5 players in NFL history to crack the 5K mark and averages 4,885 passing yards over last three seasons
6Nick Foles25PHI7656.0Starting from Week 9 in 2013, no QB had more fantasy points in 2014 than Nick Foles, who delivered an amazing 27:2 TD/INT ratio
7Peyton Manning38DEN41177.3Peyton (38) will enter 2014 off the greatest season statistically in NFL history (5,477 passing yards and 55 TDs)
8Robert Griffin III24WAS108109.3The 2012 NFL Rookie of the Year came up belly-up in his sophomore season (and has three ACL repairs in his football career); Washington will have a new head coach in 2014
9Colin Kaepernick26SFO91099.3Kaep owners were left wanting a little more (3200 passing yards, 21 TDs) but Kaep was still the #13 QB with his rushing skills and still is dripping with fantasy upside
10Matt Ryan28ATL117119.7Ryan averages 4470 passing yards and 29 TDs over the last three seasons
11Russell Wilson25SEA12989.7A tremendous arm, great feet, and uniquely quick, Wilson has a very impressive 52:19 TD/INT ratio after two seasons
12Tony Romo33DAL8141412.0Romo was solid again in 2013 but finished as just the #13 QB and again directed Dallas to yet another 8-8 season
13Tom Brady36NEP13131212.7After three seasons with TDs in the 30s (Brady averaged 36 passing TDs from 2010-2012), Brady (37 in 2014) dropped to 25 TDs in 2013 and needs some better receiver options
14Philip Rivers32SDC15121313.3After two down years Rivers looks to be on the downside of his career, although new HC Mike McCoy helped Rivers pop back to being the #6 QB in 2013 with 4500 yards and 32 TDs
15Andy Dalton26CIN14151514.7Dalton has significantly progressed each season, from 3400 to 3700 to 4300 passing yards, and from 20 to 27 to 33 passing TDs
16Ben Roethlisberger32PIT18161817.3OC Todd Haley worked on installing a quicker-release offense for Big Ben in 2013 and it worked, Roethlisberger had his 2nd best fantasy season and finished as the #8 QB
17Jay Cutler30CHI17191717.7Cutler (31) is locked and loaded as the Bears' starting QB for the foreseeable future after a new 7-year, $126M deal ($54M guaranteed)
18Sam Bradford26STL16201918.3Bradford hasn't lived up to his #1 overall pick status but he did have a 14:4 TD/INT ratio prior to going down in Week 7 to an ACL injury; Bradford will return as the Rams' starter in 2014
19Ryan Tannehill25MIA21211619.3Tannehill had the same yards per attempt in his second season but he nonetheless showed promise and finished 2013 with nearly 4000 yards and a 24:17 TD/INT ratio
20Joe Flacco29BAL19182219.7Flacco had a career-best 3,912 passing yards but he is still looking for his first 4,000-yard season after six years and is fantasy mediocrity defined
21Eli Manning33NYG20222121.0What a brutal 2013 for Eli Manning - just 18 TDs and a league-worst INTs
22E.J. Manuel24BUF28172021.7The 2013 NFL Draft's only 1st round QB had a injury-filled rookie season but showed plenty of fantasy promise from his arm and legs
23Alex Smith29KCC22242323.0Andy Reid gets the most out of his QBs and he did it with Alex Smith - a career best 3300 yards with 23 TDs but showed the potential for more
24Carson Palmer34ARI23252825.3Palmer actually had a career-best 4,274 yards in 2013 (although a career-high 22 INTs also), Palmer has one year left on his contract with Arizona
25Geno Smith23NYJ24262725.7Smith had some moments as a rookie including basically seven 20+ fantasy games, but ended 2013 with 12 passing TDs to 21 INTs - six rushing TDs really helped Geno's cause
26Michael Vick33NYJ27272426.04Vick's ability to stay healthy has not been good but after signing a 1-year $5 million deal with the Jets he's the most talented QB on the roster
27Jake Locker25TEN26282626.7Locker's 2013 season ended with a rough Lisfranc injury, a second straight season cut short by injury for Locker and the team will reboot again with a new head coach
28Kirk Cousins25WAS29292929.0Left Michigan State a school legend, starting all four years with the most wins in school history; Cousins is locked in as the #2 QB and has played reasonably well when called upon
29Mike Glennon24TBB32362531.0-6Exceptionally tall QB (6-7) with a massive arm, Glennon showed a ton of promise as a rookie and had a 19:9 TD/INT ratio
30Matt Schaub32HOU34313132.0After a brutal 10:14 TD/INT ratio and benching in 2013, Schaub's days as a starting QB are over
31Ryan Mallet25NEP35333032.7Mallet has exceptional arm strength, a nice over-the-top delivery and played in a Pro-style offense at Michigan and Arkansas (no NCAA quarterback completed more passes of 30-plus yards in 2009 and 2010)
32Chad Henne28JAX33304134.73Henne will be an UFA heading into 2014 - he sports a career 55:62 TD/INT ratio
33Terrelle Pryor24OAK38343435.3-5Pryor has major rushing chops, but still needs development as a passer
34Matt Barkley23PHI40354038.3Philadelphia traded up to select Barkley with the first pick of Day 3 of the draft (4.01), if they let Michael Vick walk then Barkley could be the team's #2 QB in 2014
35Brandon Weeden30DAL41373738.3Weeden has looked very mediocre in two NFL seasons, he's a pure backup in Dallas unless Romo has a setback after offseason back surgery.
36Brock Osweiler23DEN43413238.7Osweiler has a big arm and high athleticism but started just one full season in college, measured just under 6-7 at the Combine; has the opportunity to watch and learn behind Peyton Manning
37Ryan Nassib24NYG42433339.36Nassib is locked in as the Giants' #2 QB
38Matt Cassel31MIN30325840.04Cassel played well enough in 2013 to maintain his backup QB paycheck
39Case Keenum26HOU36424240.0-6The Texans will have a new franchise rookie QB in 2014 pending the draft, but Keenum could compete for the #2 job
40Brian Hoyer28CLE31523940.78Hoyer has played pretty well in his 4 NFL starts but he has to rehab from a torn ACL and Cleveland will likely add a franchise QB in the draft
41Ryan Fitzpatrick31HOU39404541.3Fitzpatrick is likely backing up a rookie in Houston in 2014 but provides a relatively solid insurance plan
42Christian Ponder26MIN45443641.7Ponder's starting days in the NFL look to have come and gone, but he should stick around somewhere as a journeyman backup-type
43Josh McCown34TBB25237942.324McCown played absolutely lights out in 2013 when called upon and now lands in Tampa Bay to prove in 2014 that his performance was no fluke
44Matt McGloin24OAK49384343.3McGloin showed enough in 2013 to get a chance to be an NFL backup QB
45Matt Flynn28GBP37455345.0Flynn is a marginal backup although he does hold a positive 17:10 TD/INT ratio, Flynn is an UFA heading into 2014
46Blaine Gabbert24JAX46494647.0-6A complete bust, Gabbert is a good candidate for release by the Jaguars
47Mark Sanchez27PHI47583847.7Sanchez signs a 1 year deal with the Eagles as Nick Foles' backup for 2014
48Kellen Clemens30SDC58394748.0The journeyman Clemens performed fairly well in relief of Bradford in 2013 and lands the #2 QB job in San Diego
49Josh Freeman26MIN50554449.7-12Freeman's fall from grace in 2013 was about as steep as you'll see, he'll be an UFA in 2014 but its hard to imagine a ton of interest
50Kevin Kolb29BUF44535550.7
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