1. Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers) : Don’t let his 2015 stars fool you, Aaron Rodgers will be as good as ever in 2016.
2. Tom Brady (New England Patriots) : Despite missing the first four games, the ageless wonder will still play at an elite level in 2016.
3. Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers) : He can throw and run as well as anyone and his energy his tough for defenses to stop.
4. Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) : Wilson carried the Seahawks in the second half of the season in 2015, and he remains a top QB threat in the NFL.
5. Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints) : He is a top passer in the game and hopefully his team can rally around him and help him get some wins.
6. Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers) : Big Ben still has it and when he’s throwing to Antonio Brown he can’t be beat.
7. Tony Romo (Dallas Cowboys) : Despite all of the hate thrown his way, Romo can keep up with the best quarterbacks in the league.
8. Andrew Luck (Indianapolis Colts) : Luck has a lot to prove in 2015 but can establish himself as a top 4 quarterback again if he plays well.
9. Matt Ryan (Atlanta Falcons) : You may be missing the old Matty Ice but he can play at an elite level in 2016.
10. Teddy Bridgewater (Minnesota Vikings) : The newest rising star in the NFL has cracked the top 10 after his 2015 season.