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32) Chad Henne or Blaine Gabbert, Jacksonville Jaguars
As of right now, according to NFL Blogger Ryan Wilson, Gabbert is set to start. In the end there will likely be a battle in camp, which Henne would very likely win. Either way, the Jaguars will have the worst starting quarterback in the NFL come September. Henne has proven nothing when given the chance and Gabbert simply stank as a rookie.
31) Ryan Fitzpatrick, Buffalo Bills
After Fitzpatrick's shocking start to the season last year, he really fell apart. He threw 14 touchdowns to 7 interceptions in the first two months of the season, but managed only 10 touchdowns compared to 16 interceptions down the stretch.
30) Brandon Weeden, Cleveland Browns
Weeden, 28, was drafted in the first round to be the starter. Cleveland's brass has already stated that he is expected to win the job. The low ranking is not so much an indicator of Weeden's ability, but more of the poor ability of Cleveland's receiving core. The Browns' offense will rely on rookie running back Trent Richardson and the passing attack will struggle to get going.
29) Christian Ponder, Minnesota Vikings
Ponder could very well go on to have a good career in Minnesota, but this year won't be a breakout season. Star running back Adrian Peterson may or may not be ready for the start of the season. If he does not come back at 100% the running game will struggle, and therefore defenses will be able to key on Ponder and his core of receivers.
28) Kevin Kolb, Arizona Cardinals
This is the year in which the Cardinals must find out if Kolb is their quarterback of the future. Beyond a couple of solid spot starts with the Eagles, Kolb has not shown the ability needed to be a starter in the NFL. Look for a season-long battle with John Skelton if Kolb struggles at the start of the year. If Kolb finally does break out, he could see his name much higher up the list by season's end.
27) Matt Flynn, Seattle Seahawks
Flynn was signed by the Seahawks to start at quarterback, but there will still be an intriguing battle between him, Tarvaris Jackson and Russell Wilson. Like Kolb, Flynn has only shown promise in spot starts for Green Bay and has not been given a shot to be a full-time starter until now. Unless he comes out hot, look for Wilson to snag a few starts this year as a rookie. By the end of the season, Flynn—like Kolb—could see his name fly up this list.
26) Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins
Matt Moore was very solid last year, but not great. He will simply be a passable game manager until Miami feels that rookie Ryan Tannehill is ready to start.