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Power Ranking all 32 NFL QB’s!

32). Sam Bradford: Philadelphia Eagles Bradford can’t inspire much hope for Eagles fans and Wentz won’t be ready for a year or two.

31). Robert Griffin III: Cleveland Browns- Maybe a change of scenery will turn it around for RG III? Probably not, and he will have competition from veteran Josh McNown.

30). Blaine Gabbert: San Francisco 49ers- Gabbert was decent at times last year. If it was up to me I would go with Kaepernick, but it’s not up to me it’s up to Chip Kelly.

29). Jared Goff: Los Angeles Rams- Really no way to rank a rookie, he does have some talent around him.

28). Mark Sanchez: Denver Broncos- Ton of talent around him, but I still think he will struggle.

27). Ryan Tannehill: Miami Dolphins- Time has to be running out on Tannehill’s chances in Miami, it’s now or never.

26). Brock Osweiler: Houston Texans- Texans over paid big time for this QB, but he will still be a big improvement on last years Texan QB play.

25). Ryan Fitzpatrick: New York Jets- For the Jets sake I hope its Fitzpatrick instead of Geno Smith.

24). Teddy Bridgewater: Minnesota Vikings- Shows promise, needs more weapons to throw to. We will learn a lot about Bridgewater this year.

23). Blake Bortles: Jacksonville Jaguars- Make or break year for this QB, looks like they finally have the makings of a quality team.

22). Jameis Winston: Tampa Bay- He had a solid rookie season and with the weapons surrounding him he should only improve.

21). Derek Carr: Oakland Raiders- Good season last year, needs to be more consistent.

20). Marcus Mariota: Tennessee Titans- Was having an excellent rookie season until an injury shortened it last season.

19). Tyrod Taylor: Buffalo Bills- Had a very solid season last year, look for more of the same this year.

18). Matthew Stafford: Detroit Lions- No Calvin Johnson is going to make things much more difficult for Stafford.

17). Matt Ryan: Atlanta Falcons- Always put up good numbers, but needs to get something done in the postseason.

16). Jay Cutler: Chicago Bears- I think Cutler is a solid QB. I think maybe it’s time for a change of scenery.

15). Alex Smith: Kansas City Chiefs- Has turned into an above average QB, needs more weapons on offense.

14). Kirk Cousins: Washington Redskins- Breakout season last year, now the question is can he take the Redskins on a deep playoff run?

13). Tony Romo: Dallas Cowboys- I think Romo is a very good QB, I would have him in top 10 if it wasn’t for injury concerns and he is getting up there in age.

12). Eli Manning: New York Giants- Needs offensive line help, he played much better in 2015 than he did in 2014.

11). Carson Palmer: Arizona Cardinals- Great regular season QB, needs to get it done in the playoffs.

10). Andrew Luck: Indianapolis Colts- Had a rough year, not all his fault. Will be interesting to see if he can rebound in an improved division.

9). Andy Dalton: Cincinnati Bengals- Bengals where 10-2 when he got hurt so he never got a chance to get the playoff monkey off his back. Bottom line needs to win a playoff game.

8). Joe Flacco:Baltimore Ravens- Injury shortened season last year, will be interesting to see if he can lead the Ravens back to the playoffs.

7). Philip Rivers: San Diego Chargers- Played well most of last year, but didn’t get much help from his team.

6). Drew Brees: New Orleans Saints- His defense sucks, but he still gets it done.

5). Ben Roethlisberger: Pittsburgh Steelers- If he can stay healthy the Steelers will contend for the Super Bowl, still as tough a QB as you will find.

4). Cam Newton: Carolina Panthers- Can he duplicate last season?

3). Russell Wilson: Seattle Seahawks- His best season yet last year, he is turning into a great QB.

2). Tom Brady: New England Patriots- Seems he is never going to age.

1). Aaron Rodgers: Green Bay Packers- Even without his top receiver last year he had a great season.

 

 

  • Mark Merriam

    Bortles at 23? Really? He had over 4,000 yds and led the NFL in TD passes, adding a solid pass catching RB via free agency and the Coach calling for more no huddle offense, I see him as a top 5 or 10 at worst..

    • Mike Goodpaster

      how can you be top 5 or even 10 until you win consistently?

      • Mike Goodpaster

        Against teams with winning records he was 1-5 throwing 10 TD’s and 11 int’s