2. Tony Romo
Putting Romo at number two doesn’t really feel right, but because of the down year that elite quarterbacks have had, I really had no choice. Romo once again has put together a solid statistical season, throwing for 3,140 yards, 24 touchdowns, and only seven interceptions. He has his team tied for first place in the NFC East, as his Cowboys are currently tied with the Philadelphia Eagles, at 7-5. Romo did enough to beat the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day, but where we really judge him is in December, and only then will we be able to get an accurate assessment on his 2013 season.