2. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks

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Wilson has been compared favorably to Drew Brees for his pocket presence, accuracy and, well, his height. Despite being listed, perhaps a little generously, at 5-foot-11, Wilson has an uncanny ability to slide in the pocket or sprint out of it to create throwing lanes and get the football to his wide receivers. And while he is a good athlete for the position, he usually continues to look downfield as he rolls out of the pocket instead of just taking off. The 25-year-old, who had a 101.2 passer rating this season, will look to outduel Colin Kaepernick, who at 26 is ineligible for this list, on Sunday to get to the Super Bowl.<br>
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( Otto Greule Jr, Getty Images / January 11, 2014 )


Wilson has been compared favorably to Drew Brees for his pocket presence, accuracy and, well, his height. Despite being listed, perhaps a little generously, at 5-foot-11, Wilson has an uncanny ability to slide in the pocket or sprint out of it to create throwing lanes and get the football to his wide receivers. And while he is a good athlete for the position, he usually continues to look downfield as he rolls out of the pocket instead of just taking off. The 25-year-old, who had a 101.2 passer rating this season, will look to outduel Colin Kaepernick, who at 26 is ineligible for this list, on Sunday to get to the Super Bowl.

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