The quarterbacks projected to go high in the 2014 NFL draft are not set in stone, but they are not far off from that, either. Yes, there are still the bowl games to play and the combine to perform at, but many quarterbacks projected to be first-round selections now will remain there the day of the draft.
What matters more than what selection they are, however, is where they end up. A quarterback can have all of the tools, but if he is placed in a terrible situation, then it does not matter, and he will end up underperforming at best.
Which teams are the best fit for the top quarterbacks in the draft? For the teams that need a quarterback, picking the right one is the difference between making a playoff run and having to pick a first-round quarterback in 2017.
Team selections are limited to those needing a quarterback in 2014 and are made presuming a similar style of what the team operates now in the following year.