31. Geno Smith, Jets
Smith had a nearly unwatchable start to his rookie season, throwing 21 interceptions to just 12 touchdowns (and four lost fumbles) en route to a 66.5 passer rating, the lowest in the league. That said, he still led a team projected to be among the worst in the league to a .500 record. He’s too young to give up on, and still has plenty of upside. Provided he doesn’t lose his job to Mike Vick during training camp, there’s no reason Smith shouldn’t take a step forward this season. (Rob Carr/Getty Photo)
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