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Week 5 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings

Week 5 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings

Week 5 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 5 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings:

Gary,  Indiana

  1. Davs Mills – Houston Texans

Not Davis Mills fault that he’s the starter.

  1. Jacoby Brissett – Miami Dolphins

It appears Tua will be back taking this spot with his Dolphin career on the line.

  1. Geno Smith- Seattle Seahawks

Can Geno control the ship until Russell Wilson comes back?

  1. Ben Roethilsberger- Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers will be looking for their future quarterback here soon.

  1. Tyler Heineke- Washington Football Team

Heineke is confusing let’s leave it at that.

The Home’s With Potential

  1. Trey Lance – San Francisco 49ers

Trey Lance looks like a work in progress after his first start.

  1. Zach Wilson- New York Jets

Zach Wilson needs to stop caring about showing off his arm and more about how to play quarterback.

  1. Justin Fields- Chicago Bears 

Fields got the win and he looks like he has full potential to be a franchise quarterback for the Bears.

  1. Mac Jones – New England Patriots 

Mac Jones is solid.

  1. Trevor Lawerence – Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville needs to protect Trevor Lawerence, all the potential is there and all the throws are there but man this franchise is horrid.

Anchorage, Alaska

  1. Jalen Hurts – Philadelphia Eagles

Jalen Hurts is flying back down to earth.

  1. Daniel Jones – New York Giants

The biggest problem with Daniel Jones is his ability to get injured easily.

  1. Jared Goff- Detroit Lions

Jared Goff is not overrated he’s just overpaid.

Omaha, Nebraska

  1. Carson Wentz- Indianpolis Colts

If Lamar Jackson didn’t go crazy on Monday Night Football, Carson Wentz success would have been the story.

  1. Teddy Bridgewater- Denver Broncos

Teddy Bridgewater reverts back to the mean.

  1. Ryan Tannehill

Ryan Tannehill is simply good but not great.

  1. Sam Darnold

Sam Darnold needs a perfect situation to be succesful.

  1. Matt Ryan

Matt Ryan is starting to cook.

  1. Kirk Cousins

Cousins has had some gritty games this season.

Miami, Florida

  1. Jameis Winston

Do I even have to explain my love for Jameis Winston?

  1. Baker Mayfield

Baker Baker is not a money maker.

  1. Derek Carr 

I feel bad for Carr, career year seems like it will be ruined by Jon Gruden’s emails.

  1. Joe Burrow

Burrow is one tough muther fucker.

  1. Matt Stafford

Stafford is good don’t get me wrong but he’s not the ELITE of ELITE.

  1. Dak Prescott 

Dak can win a super bowl with this type of running game.

New York City Penthouse

  1. Lamar Jackson

The Lamar Jackson MVP campaign is beginning to take form.

  1. Aaron Rodgers

Rodgers hasn’t lost a step and really he should probably be ahead of Mahomes but I’m docking points still from his off-season.

  1. Patrick Mahomes

Mahomes needs to be more careful with the football.

  1. Justin Herbert

Justin Herbert has arrived.

  1. Kyler Murray

The Cardinals are the only undefeated team in the NFL.

  1. Josh Allen

Josh Allen for MVP is looking like my best pre-season prediction.

  1. Tom Brady

5 touchdowns and turned Antonio Brown to a sane person. Still love me some Tom Brady.

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