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Week 3 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings

NFL Quarterback Power Rankings
NFL Quarterback Power Rankings

Week 3 NFL is done. Sad, I know. But each and every week the good news is I publish my NFL 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 3 we had some surprises but nothing crazy. Click Here is last week’s rankings.

Here is my Week 3 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings:

Gary Indiana

  1. David Mills – Houston Texans

Poor Texans and poor David Mills he did not ask for this.

  1. Jacoby Brissett – Miami Dolphins

Jacoby Brissett is a serviceable backup and I can see him moving up the ranks if he remains a starter.

  1. Daniel Jones- New York Giants

The Daniel Jones era could be coming to a abrupt end before our eyes.

  1. Ben Roethilsberger – Pittsburgh Steelers

Big Ben arm is shot. It’s time for the Steelers to find their future.

  1. Tyler Heineke – Washington Football Team

Heineke is a nice story and a serviceable quarterback.

Anchorage, Alaska

  1. Justin Fields- Chicago Bears

Here comes the rookies. I tried to stack the rookies together. But Fields debut was nothing short of disastrously bad to watch.

  1. Zach Wilson – New York Jets

Zach Wilson needs to learn that not every single throw needs to be a home run if he wants to be a long term starter in the NFL.

  1. Mac Jones – New England Patriot

Mac Jones will be fine. He’s just going through rookie mistakes.

24. Trevor Lawerence- Jacksonville Jaguars

Trevor Lawerence’s rookie year is shaping up quite a bit like Peyton Manning’s. He can make all the throws but the roster around him is so bad he will make mistakes.

  1. Carson Wentz – Indianapolis Colts 

I am one week away from quitting Carson Wentz drug for good.

  1. Jalen Hurts – Philadelphia Eagles

Jalen Hurts has come back down to earth. He makes some great plays but he’s just overall not very good.

  1. Matt Ryan- Atlanta Falcons

Matt Ryan looks old and I wouldn’t be surprised if the Falcons look for his successor this upcoming draft.

  1. Jared Goff- Detroit Lions

Jared Goff is ok. He’s the definition of an average NFL quarterback.

Omaha, Nebraska

  1. Jimmy Garapollo – San Francisco 49ers

Jimmy G led the 49ers on what could have been a  game winning drive against the Packers, but too bad Mr. Aaron Rodgers was waiting on the other side.

  1. Jameis Winston- New Orleans Saints

Jameis Winston has had two good games and 1 bad game. I love me some Jameis.

  1. Ryan Tannehill – Tennessee Titans

The Titans look like they’ll be the best team in the putrid AFC south.

  1. Teddy Bridgewater- Denver Broncos

Teddy two gloves has had a nice start for the Denver Broncos.

  1. Kirk Cousins- Minnesota Vikings

Cousins played absolutely amazing against the Seahawks and has made the biggest leap on the list.

  1. Sam Darnold- Carolina Panthers

Sam Darnold has the Panthers humming but it will be interesting to see how the loss of McCaffery will do for him.

Miami, Florida

  1. Joe Burrow- Cincinatti Bengals

Burrow looks like he’s going to be very easily a future super duper

  1. Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns

Mayfield is good but not great.

  1. Dak Prescott- Dallas Cowboys

Dak just barely BARELY did not make our top 10, but that’s because of how loaded it is.

New York City Penthouse

  1. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson and the Seahawks are struggling to score points in the 2nd half of games this season.

  1. Lamar Jackson- Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson pass on 4th and 18 to set up Justin Tucker’s game winning field goal was an underrated clutch play.

  1. Josh Allen- Buffalo Bills

Josh Allen and the Bills offense looks elite.

  1. Justin Herbert- Los Angeles Chargers

Herbert won the showdown versus Patrick Mahomes but he’s not on the level of Mahomes just yet.

  1. David Carr- Las Vegas Raiders

David Carr is having a career year for the Las Vegas Raiders who are the most feel good story thus far this season.

  1. Aaron Rodgers- Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers has silenced critics after a underwhelming week 1.

  1. Pat Mahomes- Kansas City Chiefs

The cream will rise to the top by the end of the season and Pat Mahomes should be back on top of this list.

  1. Tom Brady- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 

Brady and the Buccaneers suffered their first set back of the season by getting torched by Matt Stafford and the Rams.

  1. Kyler Murray- Arizona Cardinals

We’ve seen this story before. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals started hot last season as well.

  1. Matt Stafford- Los Angeles Rams 

Matt Stafford and the Rams are on absolute fire. Will Stafford hold the number 1 spot all season? I doubt it. But what a beautiful start for his Rams career.

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