SEC Power Rankings: Eastern Division starting quarterbacks

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Dec 7, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Auburn Tigers cornerback Chris Davis (11) holds up the SEC sign after the 2013 SEC Championship game against the Missouri Tigers at Georgia Dome. The Auburn Tigers defeated the Missouri Tigers 59-42. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports

Continuing our series of SEC Power Rankings, we’ll move to the probable starting quarterbacks for teams in the Eastern Division.

The SEC East could be anyone’s game this year, and the starting quarterbacks are going to have a lot to say about who wins the division.

There are a lot of new faces taking over under center in the East this year, with practically every team putting a new (or relatively new) starting QB on the field, with the exception of Florida.

Three of the best quarterbacks from the SEC East – Aaron Murray, Connor Shaw and James Franklin – have moved on, and left the door open for their replacements to pick up where they left off.

Some of these probable starters have no real game experience, while some have had a taste of the wars already. But they all will have to be able to lead their team like a seasoned veteran if they want to get to Atlanta and the SEC Championship game.

Taking into account offensive lines, receivers, running backs, playing time, and coaching staff here is how I rank the probable starting quarterbacks of the SEC East.

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