4. Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers

  • 2014: 103.3 QB Rating, 4,952 Yards, 32 TD, 9 INT

The final quarterback of the dominant trio from the 2014 NFL Draft is Ben Roethlisberger. He’s also the top guy from that class.

Two Super Bowl titles, three AFC championships and a whole bunch of wins are under Big Ben’s belt. He’s not a guy who’ll put up massive numbers on a year in, year out basis, but he’s another one (like Eli), who absolutely dominates when things get crazy on the field.

Although he’s a monster at 6-5, 240 lbs., Roethlisberger is the farthest thing from a statue in the pocket. His ability to get away from danger and play sandlot football with Antonio Brown and the rest of his receiving corps is what makes that passing game work.

The less structure, the more Big Ben succeeds.

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