Stock Up, Stock Down for Future of Every NFL Quarterback

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Stock Up, Stock Down for Future of Every NFL Quarterback
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I want to take a minute to reflect on just how good the quarterback position was to the NFL this past season. We are currently in the midst of the golden age of quarterbacking, which was represented by the performances we saw from young players and elder statesmen alike. 

Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck and Colin Kaepernick absolutely dominated on the largest stage that football has to offer. All four made trips to the postseason after just a couple handfuls of starts. 

Meanwhile, veterans showed us exactly how hard it is to cast them off as washed up. Peyton Manning and Tom Brady had amazing seasons. 

And quarterbacks who are in their primes took their games to the next level. Aaron Rodgers capped off a second consecutive Hall of Fame type of season, while Matt Ryan ascended toward elite status. 

This doesn't even take into account the historically good performance of Joe Flacco, who led the Baltimore Ravens to their second Super Bowl championship in franchise history. 

Today's article will focus on the 2013 version of B/R 1000. The rankings in this slideshow reflect the ordering of the top 65 quarterbacks in Matt Miller's B/R 1000 list. I will analyze where each quarterback is on the 2013 rankings compared to last season's and give you a rundown on where they stand moving forward. Remember, these are not my rankings

Editor's note: An earlier version of this article featured several slides out of order. The slideshow has been updated to correctly reflect Matt Miller's 2013 quarterback rankings.

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