#32 Matt Cassel (or EJ Manuel or Tyrod Taylor)Or whoever the Bills send out there.
#31 Robert Griffin IIILess mobility combined with field reading and mechanics that are still poor.
#30 Marcus MariotaSure, he’s accurate, but he’s about to get clobbered.
#29 Josh McCownYes, he’s athletic and he can stand in the pocket. But he’s never led an offense through a season.
#28 Brian HoyerHe can throw well on the run, but he’s easy to figure out when you watch the tape.
#27 Geno SmithHis decision making has been awful. It’s possible to fix, but he still needs pocket toughness too.
#26 Jameis WinstonHe has the skills, but he has to show that he can use them in the NFL.
#25 Blake BortlesHe’s a terrific athlete and could jump up this list if the Jacksonville Jaguars can block.
#24 Nick FolesVery methodical, but he could manage a ball control scheme well.
#23 Teddy BridgewaterWhat will he do when the Vikings open up the offense?
#22 Sam BradfordA real wild card given all of his knee woes. He does have the accuracy for a spread scheme.
#21 Colin KaepernickDecision making is a concern, but he has the physical tools for the position.
#20 Andy DaltonJust spin that roulette wheel.
#19 Alex SmithHe’s more mobile than you think, but he is a game manager.
#18 Derek CarrCould the Raiders have found their first franchise quarterback since Rich Gannon…or Jim Plunkett?
#17 Jay CutlerOn the field his gifts are significant. However, he makes mistakes by the bushel, and he’s not a leader.
#16 Ryan TannehillA terrific pure passer and more athletic than you might think.
#15 Cam NewtonHe can make amazing throws – for both teams.
#14 Carson PalmerIf he can return to his 2014 form, watch out.
#13 Matthew StaffordNo one has a better arm, and he’s finally learning discipline.
#12 Russell WilsonHe has unique skills … And unique limitations.
#11 Matt RyanHe’s finally playing well on the move, but he still has a reputation for losing in the playoffs.
#10 Eli ManningHe has the skins on the wall as a field general, and he can put balls through small windows.
#9 Joe FlaccoHe might have the league’s strongest arm, and his playoff run in 2012 was simply incredible.
#8 Tony RomoHe’s become much more consistent and has an amazing line in front of him.
#7 Drew BreesThe results haven’t been there, and his physical skills are on the decline, but no one is a better pure porgression passer.
#6 Philip RiversNo one looks better dropping back and passing from the pocket.
#5 Ben RoethlisbergerHe’s still talented, and now he knows how to lead a team down the field.
#4 Peyton ManningHis game has always been more cerebral, but his skills are still all there.
#3 Aaron RodgersHe’s physically gifted and also highly intelligent.
#2 Andrew LuckNo one extends plays in the pocket better.
#1 Tom BradyGiven the lack of talent that’s been around him, no quarterback has done more in this era.
Sources NBCsports.com (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2015/07/10/shad-khan-denies-he-wants-to-buy-tottenham-hotspur-move-jags/) Wikipedia.org (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Plunkett)