And Your 2020 MVP Is….+ Week 17 QB Rankings

NFL Week 17 QB Power Rankings

Heading into the final week of the NFL regular season I want to elaborate. These are power rankings, the guy who is going to finish number 1 in my Power Rankings and get my MVP vote is not who I think is the BEST quarterback in the league. I think Patrick Mahomes is the best QB in the NFL, I also think Patrick Mahomes was bored at the end of the season and really is focused only on the playoffs and not raking up the stats and numbers. So Aaron Rodgers who is playing out of his mind, and with a mindset to prove a point is the MVP. He also finishes first in the REGULAR SEASON QB power rankings. Once the playoffs hit, I think Mahomes will debut as number 1 in my Playoff QB power rankings. Just wanted to clarify. Here is the final QB power rankings of the season:

The Gary, Indiana’s

32. Taylor Henicke – Washington Football Team

31. Cam Newton – New England Patriots

30. C.J. Beathard – San Francisco 49ers

29. Ryan Finley – Cincinnati Bengals

28. Gardner Minshew – Jacksonville Jaguars

27. Andy Dalton – Dallas Cowboys

The Anchorage, Alaska’s

26. Daniel Jones – New York Giants

25. Mitch Trubisky – Chicago Bears

24. Sam Darnold – New York Jets

23. Drew Lock – Denver Broncos

22. Teddy Bridgewater – Carolina Panthers

21. Kirk Cousins – Minnesota Vikings

20. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons

19. Jalen Hurts – Philadelphia Eagles

18. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints

17. Matt Stafford – Detroit Lions

16. Tua Tagalivoa & Ryan Fitzpatrick Combo – Miami Dolphins

The Omaha Nebraska’s

15. Jared Goff – Los Anagles Rams

14. David Carr – Las Vegas Raiders

13. Phil Rivers – Indianapolis Colts

12. Ben Roethilsberger – Pittsburgh Steelers

11. Ryan Tannehill – Tennessee Titans

10. Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns

9. Deshaun Watson – Houston Texans

8. Justin Herbert – Los Angeles Chargers

7. Tom Brady – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

6. Kyler Murray – Arizona Cardinals

5. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens

4. Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills

3. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

2. Pat Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs

1. Aaron RodgersGreen Bay Packers

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