For the Buffalo Bills to get over the hump and end their playoff drought in 2014, they will have to get better play from under center.
EJ Manuel's rookie season was marred by injury, and Thad Lewis and Jeff Tuel weren't able to keep the team afloat in Manuel's absence. General manager Doug Whaley could have looked to beef up the quarterback depth in the offseason, but he believes in the players he has in the fold already.
Whaley told Tim Graham of the The Buffalo News that he and the rest of the Bills brass are "very confident in the guys we have on campus," but to "never say never" because there's always the possibility someone can get hurt.
Besides Manuel, Lewis and Tuel, the Bills also have Dennis Dixon on the roster. Now that the first week of Bills organized team activities is in the books, let's break down the talent Buffalo has at QB. Who is the starter, and how will the rest of the depth chart shake out?