1). Tom Brady, New England Patriots- Seems Brady is always at the top of this list, that’s because he is. In my opinion, Matt Ryan has closed the gap, but Brady is still the best.

2). Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons- Ryan was his usual spectacular self on Saturday throwing 2 TD passes on 27-33 passing. This is his best shot at getting to the Super Bowl. His Line is reliable, and all his weapons seem to be getting healthy.

3). Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys- As always Prescott was efficient on Monday 15-20 3TD’s and more importantly no turnovers.

4). Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers- Rodgers just may be the hottest QB in the league, next up is a big test in Detroit.

5). Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints- Brees is an all-time great and should be a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
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6). Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions- Stafford has not played well the last three weeks, he can turn that around and make everybody forget about the last few games with a win over the Packers Sunday night.

7). Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins- Cousins has played extremely well this year and had the Redskins on the cusp of a playoff berth.

8). Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers- Played well even though he threw two interceptions against the Ravens. As Ben always does especially in December, he more than made up for it in the 4th quarter.

9). Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders- Was playing great against the Colts until a broken fibula knocked him out of the game. It looks doubtful he will return this season, and it’s a shame because with him the Raiders could have challenged the Patriots this year. Make no mistake this is just the first of these opportunities for Carr and the Raiders. He looks to be a QB who over the next decade will be a constant in the playoffs.

10). Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks- Even in Saturday’s loss Wilson played well completing 29 of 45 passes for 350 yards and four touchdowns. He has been inconsistent this year, but I think that’s more the product of poor offensive line play.