Which NFL rookie quarterbacks will lead their teams in 2014?

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May 16, 2014; Jacksonville, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles (5) gestures during rookie minicamp at Florida Blue Health and Wellness Practice Fields. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

You’ve just drafted a quarterback. What do you do now? Do you hand him the playbook and tell him the team is now his or do you let him learn behind a veteran and hope for the best?

Whether or not to start a rookie quarterback depends a lot on what kind of shape the team is in, but it also depends on how successful the rookie can be at jumping right into the NFL.

Some learn best by studying behind a veteran and some are ready and willing to go right away into the fire.

Which quarterbacks drafted should be under center right away and which ones should be holding the clipboard?

Let’s take a look.

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Tags: 2014 NFL Draft Blake Bortles Cleveland Browns Derek Carr Featured Jacksonville Jaguars Jimmy Garoppolo Johnny Manziel Minnesota Vikings New England Patriots NFL Oakland Raiders Popular Teddy Bridgewater

  • Josh Hart

    Bridgewater is the only one I see that’s going to be ready and able to lead his team from week 1.

  • KloverJane

    Derek Carr is the best QB in this draft class. Watch out. You’ll see.

  • K Hendricks

    Absolutely, I have been preaching about him for months and am so happy that he is a member of The Raiders.naysayers won’t have much to say.