4. Jason Campbell, Oakland Raiders

Looking at statistics alone, Campbell's career hasn't been that bad. He has 22 more touchdown passes (68) than interceptions (46) and his career QB rating (82.6) isn't much lower than Flacco's (87.9). But the knock on Campbell is that he is too conservative and doesn't take the necessary risks needed to win close games. Two other stats -- his 114 sacks taken from 2008-10 and his 27-37 career record -- tell that story.

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Looking at statistics alone, Campbell's career hasn't been that bad. He has 22 more touchdown passes (68) than interceptions (46) and his career QB rating (82.6) isn't much lower than Flacco's (87.9). But the knock on Campbell is that he is too conservative and doesn't take the necessary risks needed to win close games. Two other stats -- his 114 sacks taken from 2008-10 and his 27-37 career record -- tell that story.

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Jon Meoli took over as Sports Blitz's lead blogger in April 2014. He joined the company as a reporter for the Towson Times in June 2011, after his graduation from Loyola University.

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