The good and bad of all 32 NFL starting quarterbacks

Quarterback depth charts have firmed up heading into the 2016 NFL season, which has cleared the way for a thorough mining of ESPN's vast data warehouse. In a quest to reveal good and bad for every starter, we have found 64 of our best statistical nuggets for the 32 starting QBs.

Here you'll find out which quarterback with Pro Bowl pedigree threw one touchdown pass with 10 interceptions on passes delivered between the hash marks, which No. 1 overall pick shined only in fourth quarters and which veteran starter might not have a single impressive stat to his name.

ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB | HOU | IND | JAC | KC | LA | MIA | MIN | NE | NO | NYG | NYJ | OAK | PHI | PIT | SD | SF | SEA | TB | TEN | WAS

Arizona Cardinals

Carson Palmer

Hot: Palmer had 11 TDs with no INTs on passes thrown outside the yard-line numbers to the right side of the field. His 11 TDs tied Matt Ryan for second in the league behind Derek Carr (14). Palmer was the only QB with no picks and more than six TDs on such throws.

Not: Palmer ranks 19th out of 20 starting QBs in postseason Total QBR (27.4) since 2008 (minimum three postseason appearances in that span).

Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan

Hot: Ryan ranks sixth in Total QBR behind Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and Tom Brady since he entered the NFL in 2008.

Not: Ryan finished last season with one TD pass and 10 INTs on passes thrown between the hash marks. He had 13 TDs with two INTs on those throws when targeting Tony Gonzalez from 2009 to '13. Firming up the middle of the field with center Alex Mack could be a start, but it's unclear what Atlanta will get from rookie tight end Austin Hooper.

Baltimore Ravens

Joe Flacco