Everyone has room for improvement.
This is a cliched statement that we have all probably heard at one point or another. However, it is a statement that rings as close to truth as any other.
Nobody is perfect and even the best can find opportunities to improve. This holds true in the NFL world, where even the game's top players can find things to work on and imperfections to correct. This is especially true for quarterbacks, who often play the most important and impacting position on the field.
The league's top quarterbacks are at the top because of their ability to recognize imperfections and their willingness to work on fixing them. Those on the cusp of elite status are often held beyond the threshold because of an inability to rectify a glaring weakness.
Today, we will examine a quarter of the league's starting quarterbacks—some of those entrenched in a starting role—and identify one problem that each needs to fix in order to continue to improve in the 2014 season.
Some of these quarterbacks are already considered among football's best. Some are looking to cross over into the ranks of the elite. However, every one has room for improvement.