13. Joe Flacco, Ravens
Flacco had a rough year in 2013, dropping from Super Bowl MVP to second-most intercepted passer in the league with 22 picks (versus 19 TDs). He’s not the Top 5 QB that some believed after his Super Bowl win, but he is nowhere closer to as bad as last year’s numbers make it seem. His offensive line was woeful, the Ravens' running game was nonexistent, and the team was reeling from the loss of several key starters. Look for him to rebound with a fury this season in Gary Kubiak’s scheme along with the newly added Steve Smith. (Rob Carr/Getty Photo)
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