1. Tom Brady. Leader of the best offense in the NFL. Turns ordinary joes into superstars. 16-6 record in the playoffs including five Super Bowl appearances. 109-24 touchdown to interception ratio the last three seasons. Passed for 4,827 yards and led Patriots to 49% third down conversion rate in 2012.
2. Peyton Manning. Four-time MVP. League leader in Total QBR, and Top 3 in touchdowns, completion percentage, passer rating, and yards per pass attempt. Led Broncos to eleven game winning streak to finish season, outscoring opponents 346-175 during that time.
3. Aaron Rodgers. Reigning MVP. League leader in passer rating for the second year in a row. 84-14 touchdown to interception ratio the last two seasons. Four games with 4+ touchdown passes in 2012.
4. Russell Wilson. Threw rookie-tying-record 26 touchdowns and ran for 4 more. Over the last half of the season Wilson was the NFL’s best quarterback, throwing for 20 touchdowns and just 3 turnovers, and had a passer rating over 104 in ...