Quarterback is the most important position in football, and teams need a really good one if they want to be true Super Bowl contenders. Here are the best of the best as we head into the 2015 season:
Roethlisberger is coming off of a career year, and he’ll have the Steelers in the mix for another playoff berth in 2015. Pittsburgh's offense looks like it could be one of the best in the NFL (if not the best), and Big Ben is the driving force behind that.
New Orleans has struggles during the last two seasons, but Brees still has the offense humming as one of the most prolific in the game.
Wilson’s legs are the X-Factor, but it’s his decision making and ability to draw defenses away from his targets with his eyes that makes him so deadly. There are very few who have been so clutch so young, and it’ll only get tougher with him leading a Seahawks team with a Super Bowl-sized chip on their shoulders.
Blending talent and youth into the complete quarterback package, Luck is who you would draw up if you were putting together a prototypical signal caller in a lab somewhere. One of the best pocket QBs around, Luck’s more than an handful whenever he steps on the turf.
Manning did show signs of slowing down after suffering a leg injury at the end of the season last year, but The Sheriff is still just one year removed from the most prolific season in NFL history - and determined to prove he can still play at that level.
The reigning MVP gives every opposing defensive coordinator nightmares because of his elite arm strength and accuracy to go along with his athleticism and great decision making. Rodgers makes every one of his offensive weapons look that much better just by throwing them the ball, creating an offensive juggernaut.
We all know Brady’s resume. He’s the best quarterback in the game, and with the reigning Super Bowl champ determined to put the "Deflategate" scandal behind him, he should dominate even more this year.Back to the NFL Newsfeed