With the recent explosion of NFL star quarterbacks, Arizona Cardinals QB Carson Palmer is holding his own.
SI.com recently ranked all 32 starting quarterbacks in the NFL and Palmer came in at a respectable 14th.
Palmer, who has been ridiculed on and off throughout his 12-year career, appears to have finally found a home in Arizona.
Teamed with Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, Palmer has regained the form and promise that he displayed coming out of USC as a former Heisman Trophy winner.
The key for Palmer in 2015 and beyond will be his health. Palmer missed 10 games a year ago, but before suffering a season-ending ACL injury, Palmer had a QB rating of 95.6 and a touchdown to interception ratio of 11 to three.
Arizona will need Palmer to stay healthy throughout the 2015 campaign in order to make the postseason for the second straight year.
Palmer's rehab is ahead of schedule and all signs point to him being at full strength come the start of this season.
Palmer holds his own in recent SI.com QB poll
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