2012? That could work (though I'm still a believer that 83 was better overall)
2013? Not so much.
2010? Eeeehhhh, no
2011 and 2012 could up being the best two QB classes back to back in NFL history. These Big 6 are ridiculous:
Those are the big 6 but that doesn't even take into account guys like Ponder, Locker, Foles, Cousins, or Tannehill who have starting potential also.
Not to mention backups that have shown promise like TJ Yates and Ryan Mallett.
Neither class by itself might not reach '83 level but has there ever been two classes as good at top and deep as these last two in back to back drafts?