1. Rodgers--The single most multi-faceted QB we have ever seen
2. Brady--Has a chance to become the winningest QB we have ever seen, often with pathetic WR options compared to other greats
3. Roethlisberger--This guy is still underrated by many, but his clutch gene along with his ability to take a beating make him special
4. Newton--Not until last season did I see Cam really make a significant stride as a passer. I expect him to climb this list after this season
5. Brees--I personally think people give Brees too much leeway for his turnovers, but when you play in a dated high-volume passing system, turnovers are just part of the reality of that system.
6. Wilson--Not until the second half of last season did Russell Wilson look anything like the Russell Wilson people thought he was. That has to continue or he will slide down this list. He is still overrated.
7. Romo--assuming he is healthy. Romo's physical and mental ability are still top 10, no question. What remains to be seen is if we've seen the last of 16 games a season Tony Romo. If injuries plague him again, he'll fall off this list for good.
8. Rivers--Like Brees, Rivers is a high turnover guy, but he hasn't had an offensive line in several years now and the Chargers, quite frankly, haven't been very good. Like Romo, Rivers is still top 10 strictly as a QB and not a QB on a bad team.
9. Luck--assuming he is healthy. Luck has been overrated since he entered the league, but he's still great with the game on the line and fairly prolific. It's now become popular to act like Andrew Luck is nothing special, which just isn't true. Put a real damn team around this kid and he sets the league on fire.
10. Palmer--With so many weapons at his disposal along with the next great multi-purpose back in the NFL, Carson Palmer has a chance to re-write his career.