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Football 7 Days A Week?: Week 13 NFL QB Power Rankings

Week 13 NFL QB Ratings

I think we can retire the 2020 jokes now right? We all know it’s been a weird year and one of the weirdest NFL seasons of all time. Here’s the thing though, we are talking about WEDNESDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL. Usually I get my NFL QB rankings out on Wednesday morning but this week we have the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers playing on Wednesday night. Next week we have Tuesday Night Football. Later this year on Christmas Day we will have a game on Friday night, and of course at the end of the year we have Saturday games. For the first time in NFL history (I am assuming) we will have regular season games played on all 7 days of the week. And just want to send a public service announcement to all fans. Instead of bitching about it, enjoy it. We love football.

Gary Indiana’s 

 

  1. Ryan Finley – Cincinnati Bengals

 

Ryan Finley did not ask for this.

 

  1.  Colt McCoy – New York Giants

 

Colt McCoy was born to win this NFC East.

 

  1. Andy Dalton – Dallas Cowboys

 

Or maybe Andy Dalton was born for this.

 

  1. Mike Glennon – Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Can you believe the Bears once paid Mike Glennon big bucks.. By choice?

 

  1. Nick Mullens – San Francisco 49ers

 

We deserve to see Kyle Shanahan with a big time QB.

 

  1. Alex Smith – Washington Football Team

 

Or Maybe Alex Smith was born to win the NFC East.

 

  1. Mitch Trubisky – Chicago Bears 

 

The fact that Mitch Trubisky starts on an NFL team while Jameis Winston is holding a clipboard proves that life isn’t always fair.

 

Anchorage, Alaska’s

 

  1. Drew Lock – Denver Broncos 

Maybe we’ve seen enough to know that Drew Lock is not a franchise QB.

 

  1. Sam Darnold – New York Jets

 

Seriously, how can Sam Darnold actually be this bad?

 

  1. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Miami Dolphins

 

The Dolphins are looking to the future with Tua but still Fitzy can sling it.

 

  1. Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles

 

Oh don’t you worry, I will still find a way to defend Carson Wentz.

 

  1. Taysom Hill – New Orleans Saints

 

Watching Taysom Hill throw a football has set football back 10 years/

 

  1. Cam Newton – New England Patriots

 

Winning with Cam Newton might be Bill Belichick’s crown achievement.

 

  1. Teddy Bridgewater – Carolina Panthers

 

Teddy Two Gloves is the definition of average.

 

  1. Kirk Cousins – Minnesota Vikings 

 

At least he has the team in a playoff hunt.

 

  1. Phil Rivers – Indianapolis Colts 

 

I can not, and will not, believe in Phil Rivers

 

  1. Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns

 

LOL somehow we live in a world where Bake Mayfield is 8-3.

Omaha, Nebraska’s

 

  1. Matt Stafford – Detroit Lions 

 

Matt Stafford and Matt Ryan are the same guy with different last names.

  1. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons

 

Matt Stafford and Matt Ryan are the same guy with different last names.

 

  1. Ryan Tannehill – Tennessee Titans

 

When Tannehill is rolling the Titans are a legit Super Bowl contender.

 

  1. Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams

 

You can tell within the first quarter of every game whether Goff has it or does not for the day.

 

  1. David Carr – Las Vegas Raiders

 

What the hell happened in Atlanta?

 

Miami With A Pool

 

  1. Justin Herbert – Los Angeles Chargers

 

Justin Herbert is special with Anthony Lynn. Now imagine when he has a head coach next season.

 

  1. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens

 

COVID sucks huh?

 

  1. Tom Brady – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

The 2nd half against the Chiefs could be a glimpse into the future for the Buccaneers.

 

  1. Deshaun Watson – Houston Texans

 

Watson is the lone bright spot in the lone star state of QBs.

 

  1. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers

 

Big Ben still has it.

 

  1. Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills

 

The man I have been most impressed with this year is Josh Allen. He’s been scary good.

  1. Kyler Murray- Arizona Cardinals

 

Bill Belichick dominates young QBs. He did the same to Kyler.

 

New York City Penthouse

 

  1. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers

 

Aaron Rodgers deserves to gloat a bit about his season. He has been remarkably good.

 

  1. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

 

In Russ we Trust.

 

  1. Patrick Mahomes- Kansas City Chiefs 

 

The only issue with Patrick Mahomes is he is so good he scores too fast and the defense can’t catch their breath.

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