16. Matthew Stafford, Lions
Stafford has been hampered by inconsistency, but he’s in line for a big year in 2014 under the tutelage of former QB coach Jim Caldwell, whose resume includes work with Peyton Manning and Joe Flacco. Calvin Johnson already gives Stafford an unfair advantage, and now he’s got a genuine No. 2 receiver in Golden Tate and an additional weapon in first-round pick Eric Ebron. The Lions may dial back the relentless passing attack, but Stafford could still be looking at a 5,000-yard year. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Photo)
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