The 12-year veteran and first overall pick in 2009 has been a warrior for Detroit through some truly terrible seasons. After shaking the "injury proned" label early in his career, Stafford has thrown for over 45,000 yards and 282 touchdowns in a Lions uniform. The 32-year old doesn't really have a place in what looks to be yet another Lions rebuild and he won't be short on suitors. With a contract that pays him right around $43 million the next two seasons, a team closer to contending could get an above average starter at a bargain rate. The Lions are said to be wanting at least a first round pick in the upcoming draft and you can imagine teams like Indianapolis, San Francisco, Atlanta, Carolina, Denver, New England, Washington, Chicago, the New York Jets, and New Orleans Saints could all have a varying level of interest. While Deshaun Watson looks to be the class of the off-season quarterback trade market, Stafford will be a nice consolation prize for someone. Stafford currently ranks as our QB12.