Week 2 NFL is done. Sad, I know. But each and every week the good news is I publish my Quarterback Power Rankings. Now Quarterback as we know might be the most crucial and important position in all of team sports, and probably if the whole entire world really (ok I maybe just the most important position in the whole United States), not just in sports like literally more important than the Pope.
But Here’s the thing with our weekly NFL quarterback power rankings I put my quarterbacks in to real estate tiers. Gary, Indiana is the worst, you do not want to live there. And New York City Penthouse being the best. After week 2 we had some surprises but nothing crazy. Click Here is last week’s rankings. Here is my week 2 NFL power rankings:
32. David Mills- Houston Texans
Last two rookie quarterbacks to replace Tyrod Taylor? Justin Herbert and Baker Mayfield.
31. Andy Dalton – Chicago Bears
Well, Justin Fields has officially taken over so Andy Dalton’s time in Chicago is done.
30. Tua Tagovailoa- Miami Dolphins
Tua is hurt; again. Maybe the Dolphins need to explore a Deshaun Watson trade again.
Tua Tagovailoa has fractured ribs and is out Sunday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 22, 2021
29. Zach Wilson- New York Jets
He’s only a rookie but man Zach Wilson makes a ton of mistakes.
28. Daniel Jones- New York Giants
If Daniel Jones doesn’t turn it around the Giants will be ready to turn to a new quarterback next season.
27. Tyler Heineke- Washington Football Team
Tyler Heineke could be making his way up the rankings with a few more good performances.
26. Ben Roethilsberger – Pittsburgh Steelers
It hurts to watch a legend disintegrate before our eyes.
25. Matt Ryan- Atlanta Falcons
Matt Ryan has so too many weapons for the Atlanta Falcons to be playing this bad.
Matt Ryan’s leading receivers this season:
Mike Edwards (2 TDs)
Calvin Ridley (1 TD)
Cordarrelle Patterson (1 TD)
Mike Edwards plays for the Buccaneers.
— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) September 22, 2021
24. Kirk Cousins- Minnesota Vikings
Kirk Cousins, like Matt Ryan, has too many weapons for the Minnesota Vikings to be playing this bad.
23. Mac Jones- New England Patriots
Mac Jones is in a game manager mode and actually the Patriots are perfect situation for the rookie quarterback.
22. Jared Goff – Detroit Lions
Jared Goff is meh. That’s the best way to describe him.
21. Carson Wentz- Indianpolis Colts
Carson Wentz is hurt again. I am not sure how much more I can defend the guy.
20. Jalen Hurts- Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Hurts returned back to earth in week 2.
19. Trevor Lawerence – Jacksonville Jaguars
Trevor Lawerence is going through rookie pains but the future will be bright for the phenom.
Most passes dropped this season:
?Trevor Lawrence – 7
?Zach Wilson – 7 pic.twitter.com/SxVe5kxp6n
— PFF (@PFF) September 22, 2021
18. Jimmy Garapollo – San Francisco 49ers
Jimmy Garapollo is playing good enough to make the 49ers a legit Super Bowl contender until Trey Lance is ready.
17. Jameis Winston- New Orleans Saints
I mean Jameis is gonna turn over the ball. It’s just what he does.
16. Ryan Tannehill- Tennessee Titans
Ryan Tannehill is played just well enough
15. Teddy Bridgewater- Denver Broncos
Teddy Bridgewater has the Denver Broncos undefeated through 2 weeks.
14. Sam Darnold- Carolina Panthers
Matt Rhule has done wonders on Sam Darnold and the Panthers are rolling.
13. Joe Burrow- Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Burrow is being asked to do everything for the Bengals.
12. Baker Mayfield- Cleveland Browns
Baker Mayfield has never played well with Odell in the lineup. And OBJ comes back this week.
11. Justin Herbert- Los Angeles Chargers
Herbert is elite. Plain and simple the kid can play.
10. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
Dak did just enough to help the Cowboys get a nice home win in Los Angeles (did you see how many Cowboy fans there were).
9. Derek Carr- Las Vegas Raiders
Derek Carr is the most underappreciated quarterback in the league.
Passing yards leaders after Week 2! ? pic.twitter.com/2GTHysGaQe
— NFL (@NFL) September 22, 2021
8. Matt Stafford- Los Angeles Rams
Stafford and the Rams are a match made in heaven.
New York City Penthouse
7. Lamar Jackson- Baltimore Ravens
Lamar Jackson silenced all critics and finally beat Mahomes and the Chiefs.
6. Josh Allen- Buffalo Bills
Josh Allen is just talented man.
5. Aaron Rodgers- Green Bay Packers
Aaron Rodgers rebounded in week 2. But he faces the 49ers defense next.
4. Russell Wilson- Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson has played 3 great halves of football this season.
3. Kyler Murray- Arizona Cardinals
Kyler Murray is becoming a must watch tv spectacle week in and week out of the NFL season.
2. Pat Mahomes- Kansas City Chiefs
Patrick Mahomes suffered his first ever September loss of his career last week.
1. Tom Brady- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tom Brady is on pace to throw more touchdown passes in his 40s then his 20s.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 20, 2021