29. Matt Cassel, Vikings
As a full-time starter, Cassel doesn’t inspire a ton of confidence. But as Band-Aids go, he’s a decent one. He won half the games he started in 2013 and threw more TDs than interceptions, which is more than some 16-game starters can say. Regardless, one way or another, this is the year of Teddy Bridgewater. Minnesota’s young gun can ease his way into the game on the backs of Cassel and Adrian Peterson and develop into the smart and accurate passer he's projected to be. (Charlie Neibergall/AP Photo)
The opinions expressed are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Comcast.