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 Chase Daniel, KC (Bye: 6)
44
Height: 6’0”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1986-10-07   Age: 27
College: Missouri   Draft: -   Experience: 4
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011NO164 5 29 0 0 3 -3 0 1.2 0.1
2012NO11 1 10 0 0 3 17 0 2.2 2.2
2013KC525 38 248 1 1 15 51 0 21.5 4.3
2014 (Projected)KC 22 36 249 1 1 2 8 0 17.3  

 Ryan Fitzpatrick, HOU (Bye: 10)
28
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1982-11-24   Age: 31
College: Harvard   Draft: 2005 Round 7 (36)   Experience: 8
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011BUF16353 570 3,832 24 24 56 215 0 309.1 19.3
2012BUF16306 505 3,400 24 16 48 197 1 291.7 18.2
2013TEN11217 350 2,454 14 12 43 225 3 219.2 19.9
2014 (Projected)HOU 206 343 2,365 15 14 46 204 1 204.7  

Outlook: The Texans' decision to not draft a quarterback with the top overall selection in this year's NFL Draft has defined their offseason. Instead of talking about potential and talent at the quarterback position, fantasy owners are left reading words like “stopgap” and “game manager.” Fitzpatrick was unable to carry fantasy appeal after a strong start to the 2011 season as a member of the Bills and he failed to inspire in 11 contests as a replacement to Jake Locker in 2013. Interceptions have long plagued him and new head coach Bill O'Brien will certainly try to help his starting quarterback mitigate those errors this year. Throwing to future Hall of Famer Andre Johnson and emerging playmaker DeAndre Hopkins will give the nine-year veteran signal caller his best group of targets as a pro. That might not be enough to make him worthy of QB1 status but he should be a readily available plug-and-play option for a team that should do well in the field position game. The Texans will make University of Houston alum Case Keenum the second-stringer to open the season after letting go of T.J. Yates prior to training camp. If Keenum starts, the entire offense will take a hit in terms of production. Rookie fourth-rounder Tom Savage has the size and arm to be developed into a quality pocket passer but should not be a factor into the team's plans for another couple of years.


 Joe Flacco, BAL (Bye: 11)
21
Height: 6’6”   Weight: 238   DOB: 1985-01-16   Age: 29
College: Delaware   Draft: 2008 Round 1 (18)   Experience: 6
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011BAL16312 542 3,610 20 12 39 88 1 275.3 17.2
2012BAL16317 531 3,817 22 10 32 22 3 299.1 18.7
2013BAL16362 614 3,912 19 22 27 131 1 290.7 18.2
2014 (Projected)BAL 340 567 3,914 22 16 35 84 1 298.1  

Outlook: The more Joe Flacco throws the ball, the less effective he becomes. In Flacco's first three seasons in the NFL, he had less than 500 pass attempts and completed 62 percent of his throws. In the last three seasons, where Flacco has surpassed 500 pass attempts, his completion percentage has dipped to a very mediocre 58.7 percent. When your fantasy quarterback gets worse the more he throws, it's time to consider other options. In 2013 Flacco was a middling QB2. Having to learn and adjust to a new offensive scheme that will favor the run, expect Flacco to again be a low-tier QB2 with little upside. With only a shadow of a running game, a powerless offensive line (48 sacks allowed) and Torrey Smith as the only major threat out wide, Flacco tried to carry the Ravens on his shoulders and failed. His 19-22 touchdown to interception ratio was the worst of his six-year career. During the offseason the Ravens committed resources to shoring up their putrid offense, trading for a new starting center and signing veterans Owen Daniels and Steve Smith. With the addition of new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, expect Flacco to play a much more composed, conservative game, which might do wonders for his team's offensive consistency, but ultimately won't do much for your fantasy team.

Comment: A new system to learn under Gary Kubiak will keep Flacco at QB2 value. ~ Mike Krueger


 Matt Flynn, GB (Bye: 9)
36
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1985-06-20   Age: 29
College: -   Draft: 2008 Round 7 (2)   Experience: 5
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011GB533 49 518 6 2 13 -6 1 55.3 11.1
2012SEA25 9 68 0 0 4 -5 0 2.9 1.5
2013OAK7124 200 1,392 8 5 20 65 0 108.1 15.4
2014 (Projected)GB 9 15 104 0 1 0 0 0 5.2  

 Nick Foles, PHI (Bye: 7)
4
Height: 6’6”   Weight: 243   DOB: 1989-01-20   Age: 25
College: Arizona   Draft: 2012 Round 3 (25)   Experience: -
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2012PHI7161 265 1,699 6 5 11 42 1 119.2 17.0
2013PHI13203 317 2,891 27 2 56 225 3 293.1 22.5
2014 (Projected)PHI 333 528 4,175 29 11 82 313 3 374.1  

Outlook: As a tall, slow and lumbering pocket passer, Nick Foles didn't fit the part of a quarterback that would thrive in the Chip Kelly system, but after he took over for an injured Michael Vick, he certainly proved otherwise. It turned out that Kelly's system didn't necessarily need an athletic quarterback that could take off and gain yards with his legs, as was the case at Oregon, but could be mastered by a smart, accurate and tough quarterback as well. Surprisingly, Foles did do enough with his legs to end the season with 225 yards and three scores on the ground. More impressively, Foles put up 2,891 passing yards with 27 touchdowns against only two interceptions. Foles accomplished that in basically 12 games, as he threw a mere four passes while replacing Vick in Week 4. The second-year quarterback finished eighth in completion percentage (64.0), first in yards per attempt (9.12), and first in quarterback rating (119.2). Foles' miraculous season ended with him winning the Pro Bowl MVP, and left fantasy owners salivating over what he may do with a full offseason of preparation as a starter and with 16 starts potentially awaiting him in 2014. On a points per game basis, Foles was the sixth-best quarterback in fantasy football last season and it's easy to argue that he has room for improvement. Although he loses his offense's top receiving weapon from last season in Desean Jackson, he gains veteran Jeremy Maclin – who returns from an offseason ACL tear – in addition to rookie Jordan Matthews and former Saints running back Darren Sproles. Foles could potentially end up being overdrafted in upcoming drafts, but it's hard not to like his chances of finishing as a top-five fantasy quarterback.

Comment: Foles should be a lighting rod for discussion in the fantasy community. Can he repeat his insane numbers from 2013 (9.1 yards per attempt, 64% completion rate, 27 TDs, 2 INTs)? ~ Mike Krueger


 Blaine Gabbert, SF (Bye: 8)
58
Height: 6’5”   Weight: 235   DOB: 1989-10-15   Age: 24
College: Missouri   Draft: 2011 Round 1 (10)   Experience: 2
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011JAC15210 413 2,214 12 11 48 98 0 168.5 11.2
2012JAC10162 278 1,662 9 6 18 56 0 124.7 12.5
2013JAC342 86 481 1 7 9 32 0 31.3 10.4
2014 (Projected)SF 1 2 13 0 0 0 0 0 0.7  

 Mike Glennon, TB (Bye: 7)
41
Height: 6’6”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1989-12-12   Age: 24
College: North Carolina State   Draft: 2013 Round 3 (11)   Experience: 1
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2013TB13247 416 2,608 19 9 27 37 0 210.1 16.2
2014 (Projected)TB 67 114 788 5 5 16 19 0 61.3  

 Bruce Gradkowski, PIT (Bye: 12)
48
Height: 6’1”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1983-01-27   Age: 31
College: Toledo   Draft: 2006 Round 6 (25)   Experience: 7
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011CIN28 18 109 1 1 3 1 0 9.6 4.8
2012CIN25 11 65 0 0 4 -2 0 3.1 1.5
2014 (Projected)PIT 16 28 185 0 0 0 0 0 9.3  

 Robert Griffin III, WAS (Bye: 10)
9
Height: 6’2”   Weight: 223   DOB: 1990-02-12   Age: 24
College: Baylor   Draft: 2012 Round 1 (2)   Experience: -
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2012WAS15258 393 3,200 20 5 120 815 7 363.5 24.2
2013WAS13275 457 3,212 16 12 88 484 0 273.0 21.0
2014 (Projected)WAS 293 473 3,642 21 14 99 572 4 347.3  

Outlook: The conventional wisdom says Robert Griffin III rushed back too quickly from his torn ACL injury, which led to a decline in his production from his rookie season. The word out of OTAs is that Griffin has flashed his dynamic 2012 form and looked “extremely explosive.” In 2012, Griffin threw for 3,200 yards with 20 touchdowns and five interceptions while also rushing for 826 yards with another seven touchdowns. In 2013, his rushing yards were nearly cut in half and he failed to score a rushing touchdown, while also regressing as a passer. Griffin spent the offseason working on his mechanics with quarterback instructor Terry Shea. Mike and Kyle Shanahan are no longer in Washington, and Robert Griffin III will now work with offensive-minded head coach Jay Gruden and new offensive coordinator Sean McVay. In addition, the team brought in more dynamic weapons for their young quarterback, signing former Eagle DeSean Jackson and former Cardinal Andre Roberts in free agency. All signs are pointing to a great fantasy football season from RGIII and the fickle masses just may forget how valuable of a weapon he was in 2012 after his disappointing 2013. Griffin is still one of the most dynamic runners in the league and Gruden has stated that while he may not use the read option often, he won't necessarily ask Griffin not to run the ball when the opportunity arises. Any potential drop off in Griffin's rushing production should be offset by an uptick in his passing statistics. Combine Griffin's offseason work and health, Gruden's offensive mind and the influx of talent in the passing game, and it's hard to imagine Washington's passing offense not taking a leap forward in 2014.


 Matt Hasselbeck, IND (Bye: 10)
50
Height: 6’4”   Weight: 225   DOB: 1975-09-25   Age: 38
College: Boston College   Draft: 1998 Round 6 (34)   Experience: 14
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011TEN16319 518 3,571 18 14 20 52 0 255.8 16.0
2012TEN8138 221 1,367 7 5 13 38 0 100.2 12.5
2013IND37 12 130 0 1 2 -2 0 6.3 2.1
2014 (Projected)IND 4 7 45 0 0 0 0 0 2.3  

 Chad Henne, JAC (Bye: 11)
31
Height: 6’3”   Weight: 230   DOB: 1985-07-02   Age: 29
College: Michigan   Draft: 2008 Round 2 (26)   Experience: 4
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011MIA464 112 868 4 4 14 101 1 75.5 18.9
2012JAC10166 308 2,084 11 11 19 64 1 160.6 16.1
2013JAC15305 503 3,241 13 14 26 77 0 221.8 14.8
2014 (Projected)JAC 226 390 2,456 13 11 10 34 0 178.2  

Outlook: If you have ever had to put Chad Henne into your fantasy lineup, you probably did so while crossing your fingers. As he keeps the seat warm for rookie Blake Bortles, Henne is rather boring in the fantasy game. Coming off a career-best 503 passing attempts, Henne barely maintained a 60 percent completion rate en route to a pedestrian 3,241 passing yards. If that wasn't enough to drive away fantasy owners, he made sure to throw more interceptions than touchdowns. In fact, Henne has never thrown more touchdowns than interceptions in a single season during his six-year career. Most of the Jags' receiving corps have been banged up this preseason, not to mention they're inexperienced. At best, Henne will find some level of chemistry with his younger wideouts, keep the chains moving and limit his turnovers to allow the offense to be fantasy relevant. Unless you play in a cavernous league that starts two quarterbacks, you are better off hoping Henne is good enough to make somebody besides Toby Gerhart fantasy relevant before relinquishing the job to Bortles permanently.


 Shaun Hill, STL (Bye: 4)
49
Height: 6’3”   Weight: 220   DOB: 1980-01-09   Age: 34
College: Maryland   Draft: -   Experience: 11
SeasonTeamGameComp Att Yard TD INTAtt Yard TDFFPtsFFPts/G
2011DET22 3 33 0 0 1 -1 0 1.6 0.8
2012DET110 13 172 2 0 1 -1 0 16.5 16.5
2013DET10 0 0 0 0 2 -2 0 -0.2 -0.2
2014 (Projected)STL 9 16 104 0 1 0 0 0 5.2