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1Aaron Rodgers30GBP2111.3Still 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 Luck25IND1221.7Luck will be elite for the next decade, his 8,196 passing yards through two seasons is an NFL record
3Drew Brees35NOS3433.3Averages an amazing 4,842 passing yards in seven years as a Saint, heads into 2014 with an unprecedented three-straight 5K passing seasons
4Cam Newton25CAR4343.7Cam's passing yards have dropped yearly since his 4,051 rookie season but he remains a major rushing threat and has shown he can thrive without elite WRs
5Matthew Stafford26DET5555.0Stafford is one of only 5 players in NFL history to crack the 5K mark and averages 4,885 passing yards over last three seasons
6Peyton Manning38DEN6967.0Peyton (38) will enter 2014 off the greatest season statistically in NFL history (5,477 passing yards and 55 TDs)
7Russell Wilson25SEA9687.7A tremendous arm, great feet, and uniquely quick, Wilson has a very impressive 52:19 TD/INT ratio after two seasons
8Matt Ryan29ATL10778.0Ryan averages 4470 passing yards and 29 TDs over the last three seasons
9Nick Foles25PHI78108.3Starting 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
10Colin Kaepernick26SFO8111110.0Kaep 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
11Philip Rivers32SDC14101212.03After 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
12Tony Romo34DAL12171314.0Romo was solid again in 2013 but finished as just the #13 QB and again directed Dallas to yet another 8-8 season
13Teddy Bridgewater (R)21MN11122014.36Could get handed the keys to an offense run by Norv Turner with AP, Patterson, Jennings, Rudolph and others to help make his pro transition a smooth one
14Robert Griffin III24WAS16131514.7-4The 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
15Tom Brady37NEP13151614.7-3After 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
16Jay Cutler31CHI1719915.0Cutler (31) is locked and loaded as the Bears' starting QB for the foreseeable future after a new 7-year, $126M deal ($54M guaranteed)
17Ben Roethlisberger32PIT15161415.0OC 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
18Andy Dalton26CIN19141716.7Dalton has significantly progressed each season, from 3400 to 3700 to 4300 passing yards, and from 20 to 27 to 33 passing TDs
19Johnny Manziel (R)21CLE18201818.7Is there anyone we are all more excited to watch this year? He should get the keys to the offense by mid season. Unfortunately Cameron can't do it all for him.
20Ryan Tannehill26MIA20212120.7Tannehill 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
21Joe Flacco29BAL22222322.3Flacco 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
22Blake Bortles (R)22HOU26182422.7Bortles has a lot of developing to do but he will get game-time action early and often with some very promising weapons. Will take some time. Big Ben at best, Jarcuss Russel at worst
23Eli Manning33NYG23252223.3What a brutal 2013 for Eli Manning - just 18 TDs and a league-worst INTs; Will he rebound in 2014?
24Carson Palmer34ARI21272624.7Palmer 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 Smith23NYJ30301926.3Smith 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
26Kirk Cousins26WAS27242826.37Left 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
27Alex Smith30KCC28262727.0Andy 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
28Derek Carr (R)23OAK31232927.7Not as talented as big brother suffers the same issues with handling pressure. Leave it to Oakland.
29Jake Locker26TEN32292528.7Locker'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
30Mike Glennon24TBB25283429.0Exceptionally 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
31Sam Bradford26STL29313030.0Can't catch a break can he. Out for another year, Bradford, unless lucky will be religated to clipboard duty for the rest of his career. Thank GOD for a huge rookie deal.
32Jimmy Garoppolo (R)22NEP24353631.73He's a 2 year stash unless Brady goes down to injury, but Jimmy G's only knock is pressure up the middle and who better to learn from than Brady
33E.J. Manuel24BUF33333232.7-6The 2013 NFL Draft's only 1st round QB had an injury-filled rookie season but showed plenty of fantasy promise from his arm and legs
34Ryan Mallet26HOU38373135.35Mallet 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)
35Michael Vick34NYJ35343735.3Vick'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
36Brian Hoyer28CLE36383335.7Hoyer has played pretty well in his 4 NFL starts but he has to rehab from a torn ACL and Cleveland added Johnny Football in the 2014 draft
37Josh McCown35TBB37323936.0-5McCown 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
38Matt Cassel32MIN34403837.3Cassel played well enough in 2013 to maintain his backup QB paycheck
39Matt Barkley24PHI41424041.0Philadelphia traded up to select Barkley with the first pick of Day 3 of the draft (4.01), Barkley should be the team's #2 QB in 2014
40Matt Schaub33HOU39414341.0-4After a brutal 10:14 TD/INT ratio and benching in 2013, Schaub gets dealt to Oakland to attempt to revive his career
41Zach Mettenberger (R)23TEN40365242.7Best pro-ready arm in the class and will have some opportunity behind an unimpressive Jake Locker
42Chad Henne29JAX42394943.3Henne looks to be the starter again in 2014 but will need to hold off the raw but talented Bortles - he sports a career 55:62 TD/INT ratio
43Tom Savage (R)24HOU55433544.3Savage is one of the worst QB prospects under pressure I have seen, but the guy can sling it. Anyone can emerge from that Houston QB group.
44Matt Flynn29GBP44504245.3Flynn is a marginal backup although he does hold a positive 17:10 TD/INT ratio, Flynn is an UFA heading into 2014
45Ryan Fitzpatrick31HOU45474545.7Fitzpatrick has as good of a shot as anyone in Houston in 2014 and could provide some stabilility if not excitement
46Brock Osweiler23DEN49494146.3Osweiler 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
47Terrelle Pryor25SEA50455148.7Pryor has major rushing chops, but still needs development as a passer, may see some slash work in Seattle
48Aaron Murray23KCC474450.3Considered a top prospect before his injury. Only has Alex Smith to deal with
49Christian Ponder26MIN52554651.0Ponder's starting days in the NFL look to have come and gone, but he should stick around somewhere as a journeyman backup-type
50Blaine Gabbert24JAX53594452.0A complete bust, Gabbert is a good candidate for release by the Jaguars
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