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Week 4 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings

Week 4 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 4 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings:

Gary,  Indiana

 

  1. Davis Mills- Houston Texans

 

Not Davis Mills’ fault that he’s starting. But man is he bad.

 

  1. Jacoby Brissett- Miami Dolphins

 

Ok we can now officially stop with the Jacoby Brissett should be a starter in this league talk.

 

  1. Ben Roethilsberger- Pittsburgh Steelers

 

The clock has struck midnight for Big Ben and the Steelers.

 

Anchorage, Alaska

 

  1. Justin Fields- Chicago Bears

 

Fields is going to continue to progress and become a good quarterback. Just don’t make me switch playbooks after one year.

 

  1. Zach Wilson- New York Jets

 

Zach Wilson can sling the ball a little bit and it’s starting to show.

 

  1. Trevor Lawerence  – Jacksonville Jaguars

 

Trevor Lawerence has inherited the biggest mess possible to start his career.

  1. Jalen Hurts- Philadelphia Eagles

 

Jalen Hurts is starting to show his true colors. 

 

  1. Daniel Jones- New York Giants

 

Daniel Jones doesn’t seem to be the problem or the solution for the future of the New York Giants.

 

  1. Tyler Heineke- Washington Football Team

 

Are we sure Fitzpatrick is a better option than Heineke.

 

  1. Mac Jones- New England Patriots

 

Mac Jones has been a check down machine. But it’s been effective. 

 

  1. Carson Wentz- Indianpolis Colts

 

Just when I was ready to give up on Carson Wentz.. He plays his best game of the season.

Omaha, Nebraska 

 

  1. Matt Ryan- Atlanta Falcons

 

Congratulations London! This year you get to watch Matt Ryan against the Jets. 

 

 

  1. Jared Goff- Detroit Lions

 

Jared Goff is neither good nor bad, but he did say he’s going to be playing pissed off now.

 

  1. Jimmy Garapollo- San Francisco 49ers

 

Jimmy G is showing to be a better option than Trey Lance at this exact moment.

 

  1. Ryan Tannehill- Tennessee Titans

 

Ryan Tannehill with no AJ Brown or Julio Jones looked pedestrian. 

 

  1. Teddy Bridgewater – Denver Broncos

 

Teddy Two Gloves became Teddy check down before leaving with an injury.

 

  1. Jameis Winston- New Orleans Saints

 

Sean Payton trusting Taysom Hill to throw the ball took away another impressive win and performance by Jameis Winston.

  1. Kirk Cousins- Minnesota Vikings

 

Kirk Cousins is the most average quarterback in the NFL.

 

  1. Sam Darnold- Carolina Panthers

 

Sam Darnold somehow leads the NFL in rushing touchdowns.

 

Miami, Florida

  1. Baker Mayfield- Cleveland Browns

The best way to enjoy Baker Mayfield? Is by not watching his games and looking at his stat sheet.

 

  1. Joe Burrow- Cincinatti Bengals

 

Joe Burrow is special. He just has an it factor.

 

  1. Dak Prescott- Dallas Cowboys

 

Dak looks like one of the special quarterbacks in the NFL. 

 

  1. David Carr- Las Vegas Raiders

 

Carr looked more like the 10th best QB in the league than a top 5 QB during the Monday Night Football loss to the Chargers.

 

New York City Penthouse

 

  1. Lamar Jackson- Baltimore Ravens

 

Lamar Jackson has been sneakily excellent all season.

 

  1. Matt Stafford- Los Angeles Rams

 

Stafford showed how he never wins the big games against the Cardinals after beating the Buccaneers just one week earlier.

 

  1. Russell Wilson- Seattle Seahawks

 

Russell Wilson needs to put together 2 good halves for the Seahawks to beat the Rams on Thursday.

 

  1. Aaron Rodgers- Green Bay Packers

 

Aaron Rodgers could be very well a Steeler this time next season.

 

  1. Justin Herbert- Los Angeles Chargers

 

Herbert makes playing football look so easy.

 

  1. Josh Allen- Buffalo Bills

 

Allen has a showdown with Mahomes and if the Bills win that watch out for Allen in the MVP conversation.

 

  1. Tom Brady- Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

Sure, the stats didn’t look great but Brady got it done when it mattered most.

 

  1. Pat Mahomes- Kansas City Chiefs

 

Pat Mahomes leads the NFL in touchdown passes. 

 

  1. Kyler Murray -Arizona Cardinals

 

The Cardinals are the last undefeated team and Kyler Murray looks like the MVP through 4 weeks of the season.

 

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