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Ron Jaworski’s 2014 Quarterback Rankings

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Jul 24, 2014; Dove Valley, CO, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) warms up during training camp activities at the Broncos training facility. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Now onto the top 10 according to Jaws. Joe Flacco and Matt Ryan faced disappointing seasons as far as their respective teams fared. The Ravens missed the playoffs for the first time since Flacco joined them in 2008, and the Falcons were one of the worst teams in the league (as a Saints fan that made me giggle).

Russell Wilson led his Seahawks squad to a Super Bowl championship, which gives him a well deserved spot in the top 10 (number 9 to be exact). He had some rough games, but overall looked pretty darn good for only a second year quarterback.

Andrew Luck also was in his second season in 2013, and led the Colts to their second straight playoff bound season. The Colts took down the Chiefs in the first round of the playoffs, but later lost to the New England Patriots. Luck is going to be quite the guy in the next coming years, as he already looks like an elite starter in the pros.

The top 4 guys were not surprise picks for anyone. Peyton Manning had one of the best NFL seasons a quarterback has ever had, so of course he’s going to be ranked first overall. Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Drew Brees are always solid under center and could probably be switched with their rankings and people would still be content with the final results.

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