Being a high level team in the National Football League usually means you have a high level quarterback. It goes hand and hand. Sure, sometimes teams get lucky and they end up having a mid-level or even bad quarterback and somehow they find success. But 99% of the time that’s not the base. Teams are willing to do ANYTHING to find that next high-level quarterback that can be the backbone of their team for years to come. So on Pod That we decided to take a look at the absolute worst quarterbacks and the absolute best quarterbacks in the league on a week to week basis and decide who are the Three Stooges of NFL Quarterbacks and Three Kings of the NFL Quarterbacks. So after week 4 of the NFL season here are our Three Stooges and Three Kings we put on our podcast:
Trevor Lawerence hasn’t been very good still this season. His hair is still magical and I believe he will be just fine. But the rookie struggles have been for real. Sorry Trevor Lawerence you are a stooge.
Trevor Lawrence last 3 games:
0 Pass TD
0 INT pic.twitter.com/DkAo8B9C6e
— NFL on CBS ? (@NFLonCBS) November 22, 2021
Daniel Jones answered the question if he was good or not on Monday Night Football (kind of) he’s been absolutely on prime time games his whole career and the Monday night game against the Buccaneers was no different. Sorry Daniel Jones you are a stooge.
That’s the Daniel Jones we’ve seen his entire career. A turnover machine.
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) November 23, 2021
Jared Goff did not play last week, but it’s simple here he still has ZERO wins in his career without Sean McVay at head coach. Sorry Jared Goff, you are a stooge.
jared goff next week when the eagles defense comes to town pic.twitter.com/sKIaWTIjZ8
— bawb (@_bawbfromonline) October 25, 2021
Tom Brady answered some questions on Monday Night Football if he is still a top 5 quarterback in the NFL and the answer is simply yes. All hail for the king Tom Brady.
Feels like a straight red card on Tom Brady? The VAR missed that one. Serious foul play pic.twitter.com/fS1ckifsCY
— Stu Holden (@stuholden) November 23, 2021
This week wasn’t filled with spectacular peformances. Despite the Chiefs beating the Cowboys Patrick Mahomes you can’t say was great All hail for the king Patrick Mahomes.
After 1??1?? weeks of action, Patrick Mahomes now leads the #NFL in passing yards.
Who will end the season on top? ? pic.twitter.com/uphoBSCDs5
— Sunday Night Football on NBC (@SNFonNBC) November 23, 2021
Aaron Rodgers put up some really impressive stats against the Minnesota Vikings despite the loss. All hail for the king Aaron Rodgers.
Week 11 – Best Passer Ratings
Aaron Rodgers – 148.4
Taylor Heinicke – 141.3
Kirk Cousins – 128.4
Jimmy Garoppolo – 126.3
Cam Newton – 120.5
Justin Herbert – 116.1
Colt McCoy – 112.9
Tua Tagovailoa – 108.7
Andy Dalton – 107.3
Ben Roethlisberger – 103.7
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) November 23, 2021