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NFL Draft 2014: Matching Remaining Day 2 Quarterbacks to QB-Needy Teams

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NFL Draft 2014: Matching Remaining Day 2 Quarterbacks to QB-Needy Teams
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One of these things is not like the others: Fresno State QB Derek Carr (far right) was not a first-round pick.

Blake Bortles to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Johnny Manziel to the Cleveland Browns. Teddy Bridgewater to the Minnesota Vikings.

The first round of the 2014 NFL draft was full of surprises, trades and surprise trades for the top quarterbacks selected. Now, as we get ready for the second and third rounds of the draft to kick off Friday at 7 p.m. ET, we also get ready to watch history unfold as the second crop of quarterbacks land with their new teams.

Some, like Eastern Illinois' Jimmy Garoppolo and Fresno State's Derek Carr, were considered potential first-round picks and could be gone within the first few selections in the second round. Others, like LSU's Zach Mettenberger and Alabama's A.J. McCarron, sit square on the cusp of a third- and fourth-round grade.

Here's a look at the five quarterbacks who could most likely be selected on Friday, and for kicks, we'll match them with potential landing spots. 

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