There are a few really good Quarterbacks that were drafted this year. I think that Teddy Bridgewater is the best one out of all of them. Though Blake Bortles comes close to Teddy in overall ability, Teddy has better ability to be a star in the NFL.
Teddy Bridgewater was drafted at the end of the first round at pick number 32 by the Minnesota Vikings, who traded with the Seattle Seahawks, back into the first round, to get him. The Vikings gave up their second and fourth round picks in this past year's draft. With Christian Ponder and Matt Cassel, Minnesota wasn't doing as well as they needed to. With Bridgewater on their side, I believe they can have a better season and possibly take one of the NFC wild card spots.
While Blake Bortles seemed to always throw to wide open receivers in 2013, Bridgewater had to throw into tight coverage and small windows, and receivers in the corners of the end zone to score. Teddy's accuracy is much better. Teddy also looks pretty calm in the pocket even though he was under pressure a lot. Bortles often had a clean pocket, but when he was under pressure he looked like he would rush his throws.
Though Blake Bortles may have a decent career and prove to be a solid starter, I think Teddy Bridgewater has a chance to be Pro Bowl Quarterback.