2014 Outlook: From a fantasy perspective, RG3 actually had his share of highlights last season. He had six games of 19 or more points, after eight 19-point games during his breakout rookie season. Still, some of the underlying indicators last year weren't great. He was the NFL's 31st-ranked QB on passes thrown 10 yards downfield, registering only 9.7 yards per vertical pass attempt. It helps that he'll be throwing to DeSean Jackson, who had more vertical yards (905) than Redskins receivers Pierre Garcon and Aldrick Robinson combined (813). Look for Griffin's on-field numbers to catch up with his fantasy numbers, but he's not in the elite tier at this point.
2014 Outlook: Robert Griffin III has started every game in only two of his six seasons as a college and NFL QB, so Cousins has much better odds than many backups to actually get into a game. But when he does, he takes too many chances (3.2 percent BDR) and doesn't get enough of a payoff for those risks. Last year his 7.8 vertical ypa ranked 42nd among QBs with 30 or more vertical attempts. As it stands now, he should be considered only in deep dynasty leagues, where the possibility that Washington could trade him ups Cousins' value.