2014 Outlook: Let's face it, fantasy football is a "What have you done for me lately?" business, so Rodgers' 162 fantasy points in 2013 may cause some owners to devalue him. Don't be one of those owners. Rodgers pairs elite accuracy with superb rushing skill (18 ground scores since 2008, most among QBs not named Cam Newton) and an unparalleled ability to create plays on the move. In fact, even in his injury-plagued 2013 season, Rodgers scored 18 fantasy points per game, fourth among all QBs. Second-year stud RB Eddie Lacy is sometimes mentioned as a negative for Rodgers' fantasy value, but his emergence should make it impossible for defenses to solely concentrate on stopping Rodgers, whose upside could be even higher in 2014.
2014 Outlook: It's probably safe to say that, having lost out on two starting jobs, Flynn is encroaching on career backup status. The good news? He is back in Green Bay, which might be the perfect place for that job. In five games last year, Flynn threw for 1,146 yards and 7 TDs and excelled on stretch vertical passes (98.7 Total QBR, eighth best). His troubles on play-action passes (13.9 Total QBR, ranked 37th) -- and, of course, the presence of Aaron Rodgers -- do cap his upside.