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1Andrew Luck25IND11111Had a breakout year as the #1 scoring QB in most formats and is the #1 dynasty QB due to age which is the tie-breaker between he and Rodgers.
2Aaron Rodgers31GBP22222Just R-E-L-A-X he was great in '14 and will continue much of the same moving forward for the next 5-7 years.
3Russell Wilson26SEA44333.5Wilson continues to show us what a class act he is on and off the field. A true leader and warrior, he also just landed a new favorite target in Jimmy Graham.
4Cam Newton25CAR33453.75Missed 2 games due to injury but finished as QB11 in ppg, he needs 1 more receiving thread and he could finally show his true upside.
5Matthew Stafford27DET57545.25Without Megatron Stafford's performance in 2014 was average. If Detroit improves their offensive line he should vault back into the top 5 QBs.
6Matt Ryan29ATL66666If the defense could ever stop someone, Ryan's numbers would be even better with a few more possessions each game.
7Ben Roethlisberger33PIT79777.5Ben finished as a top 5 QB in most leagues in 2014 due to the help of 2 monster (6 touchdown) games mid-season. He remains a QB1 moving forward.
8Drew Brees36NOS105887.75-3Even though Brees finished as the #6 overall QB in '14 he was considered a bit disappointing, the 36 year old still has another 2-3 seasons solid seasons left in the tank.
9Tom Brady37NEP8119109.5Thought the old man was done? Think again. Never underestimate the GRONK-FACTOR or the heart of a champion.
10Peyton Manning39DEN91412911Started to show he is human late in the year with a quad injury, should be back for one last hurrah before riding off into the sunset. Plan for 2015 to be his last.
11Tony Romo34DAL1215101212.25Another solid year for Romo and Dez returning ensures he will be a solid low-end QB1. Losing Murray hurts as Romo is likely to see more pressure.
12Philip Rivers33SDC1513111413.25Solid low-end QB1 with another 3-4 years of solid production but where will he finish his career? The answer could make a world of difference to his value.
13Nick Foles26STL1317131113.5Foles should be the man in St Louis and that could well be a good thing for him. If the Rams fully commit he could hold solid, consistent value.
14Colin Kaepernick27SFO1410151513.5Same old Kaepernick. He's a talented QB but is extremely inconsistent and hopeful owners are starting to realize it.
15Ryan Tannehill26MIA1712141314Tanny had a decent year finishing as the 12th best QB. Not sure if losing Wallace this off-season is a good thing or bad thing for him.
16Teddy Bridgewater22MN118191814Horrible pass blocking has Teddy limited so far. His poise is amazing as is his pocket presence and a possible return by AP would significantly help his value.
17Derek Carr24OAK1918181718If OAK can get ANYTHING around this kid, he could produce big numbers with that rifle arm. Hope he doesn't get killed before that happens.
18Jay Cutler31CHI1820161918.25Cutler is who we thought he was. Phenomenal cosmic weapons... zero consistency. Time to recognize him for what he is. Average.
19Andy Dalton27CIN2019201618.75AJG makes Dalton an average fantasy QB, the loss of AJG would make him a horrible one.
20Robert Griffin III25WAS1625172220RG3's elite upside is a distant memory. At this point he's just trying to win a starting NFL job.
21Joe Flacco30BAL2122232121.75An average QB2 who you can depend on for a bye week or injury fill-in. Not flashy, but a consistent option.
22Sam Bradford27PHI2516252121.755Bradford finally catches a break and, at least early in the offseason, looks like Philadelphia's starting QB. Nothing would return him to fantasy relevance faster than Chip Kelly's offense.
23Blake Bortles23HOU2424212022.25Bortles is showing JAX why using a top 5 pick on a QB is a bad idea. He was the most overhyped player in the draft and he has a lot of developing to do.
24Eli Manning34NYG2323222322.75Surprisingly finished with a pretty solid year with a new OC, good news is that the coaching staff will stay in place for another season and the emergence of ODB is also helpful.
25Carson Palmer35ARI2226262424.5Pretty good when healthy as he was QB8 finish in 2014 based on ppg. Not young but not too old. Fitz returning keeps his surrounding cast stable.
26Alex Smith30KCC2927272527Game Manager... move along
27Jimmy Garoppolo23NEP2728312828.5He's still a 2 year stash unless Brady goes down to injury. Jimmy G's only knock is pressure up the middle and who better to learn how to deal with that from than Brady?
28Zach Mettenberger23TEN3029302628.75Mettenberger looked solid and poised in his six games as a starter in 2014. If Tennessee doesn't draft a QB early it should be his show again in 2015.
29Johnny Manziel22CLE2621244629.25-3Johnny Football didn't have the breakout rookie campaign many expected and is spending his offseason in rehab. Time will tell if it does him any good on the field.
30Geno Smith24NYJ2836292730Maybe he hasn't been used correctly, maybe he's just bad. Regardless it's not looking like Geno will hold any real dynasty value in his career.
31Mark Sanchez28PHI32322836328Filled in most of the year for Foles and was pretty good. He did prove that he will never be a stud fantasy football QB for any team, if you can't do it with the Eagles you just can't do it at all.
32Ryan Mallet26HOU3533323233Started and got hurt almost immediately. Resigned in Houston but will need to compete with Hoyer for the starting gig.
33E.J. Manuel25BUF3835332933.75Should ride the pine unless Matt Cassel gets injured.
34Brian Hoyer29HOU3730343534Hoyer is a game manager who throws interceptions. We don't have a huge sample size but I think his upside is limited.
35Mike Glennon25TBB3137353334Glennon is not good. Except at game winning drives.
36Brock Osweiler24DEN4831363036.25If he's the heir apparent to Manning he could have significant value. Without seeing him on an NFL field only the coaching staff knows if he is or not.
37Kirk Cousins26WAS3640383437Proved that the backup QB shouldn't be the most popular guy in town. Nothing to see here.
38Michael Vick34NYJ3438413737.5
39Josh McCown35TBB4039393839McCown moves on to Cleveland where he could be a solid mentor for Manziel. His football IQ is high, his talent level just doesn't match it.
40Ryan Fitzpatrick32NYJ4443373940.75Old Bearded One. The "one" stands for "one read", which is his average per play.
41Matt Barkley24PHI4144404442.25
42Matt Cassel32BUF33344742.754Traded to Buffalo where he should be the starter. He's a decent QB but needs to stay healthy. Might be his best opportunity yet with plenty of talent surrounding him (McCoy, Watkins, Harvin)
43Matt Flynn29GBP4350424144
44Chad Henne29JAX4542484545
45Matt Schaub33UFA3959434346May be out of the league by next year
46Aaron Murray24KCC46464849.25
47Tom Savage24HOU5441505349.5
48AJ McCarron24CIN50455150.755
49Blaine Gabbert25SFO5256445251
50Christian Ponder27MIN5153455551
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