At various points over the past year, Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III have taken the mantle as the best young quarterback in the NFL.
The viewpoints in the media seem to be largely based on wins and losses.
"I think it is unfair to these guys almost to keep their stock report based on wins and losses or what they did last week," a general manager said recently.
Wilson is only trailing Peyton Manning in passer rating and QBR since Week 8 of last season.
"I think Luck is ahead of the others," the GM said. "Russell will never be able to close the gap on that one. Part of it is, just genetically, he cannot see over the line sometimes. But all these guys have strengths and weaknesses. Kaepernick is still about the same guy from last year, but last year he made big plays running. It naturally becomes an emotional assessment of these guys. All these guys are young. I always laugh when a guy is a year-and-a-half in and we're like, 'Is it time?' Really? You're going to make a change? Everyone will go through a slump."