Depending on who you talk to, the 2014 quarterback class is rather exciting or just full of question marks. There are at least five teams that are starving for quarterback talent: Houston (pick one), Jacksonville (pick three), Cleveland (pick four), Oakland (pick five), and Minnesota (pick eight). The NFL team needs and your dynasty team needs sometimes don’t exactly mimic each other. Let’s take a quick look at my top seven rookie quarterbacks.
1. Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville
Despite the poor performance on his pro day, I have Bridgewater as my number one quarterback. He is calm, cool, and collected in the pocket. Makes good decisions, can use his feet when he needs to, and doesn’t turn over the football. Sure his deep ball accuracy isn’t a strong suit, but he can make any throw within 20 yards of the line of scrimmage. Bridgewater isn’t exciting, but he is as safe as you can find in this year’s class.