Ranking all 32 NFL Starting QBs ahead of the 2019 Season By: Peter Snyder

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Football is back! Well, kind of. As training camps across the country begin to take shape, one’s mind can only wonder and get excited about the upcoming season. Football is widely considered as the most popular sport in America and Sunday’s during the fall have become a day for religion, beer, and football. With that, I thought it was only fitting to get you guys ready for the upcoming season by ranking all 32 NFL starting QBs. It is important to note, however, that some teams are currently hosting a QB competition, so I will do my best to try to predict who each team’s starter will be come week 1. So sit back, grab a bag of chips and a cold drink, and enjoy the show!

The Bottom 10

32. Eli Manning – New York Giants


31. Josh Rosen – Miami Dolphins

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30.  Dwayne Haskins – Washington Redskins


The reason being, he is a rookie and I do not think he will fit well in the Redskins offensive system. I do think Haskins is a hell of an athlete however and feel that he has the potential to be special eventually, it just won’t come right away.

29. Kyler Murray – Arizona Cardinals


Johnny Football 2.0

28. Joe Flacco – Denver Broncos


Is he elite?

27. Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals

NFL: Cincinnati Bengals-Training Camp

The most average QB of all time.

26. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens


Great players step up when the pressure and lights are shining the brightest. For Lamar Jackson however, this could not be further from the truth. After an above-average regular season, Jackson put on one of the worst home postseason performances I have ever seen and for that reason, I’m out.

25. Sam Darnold – New York Jets


24. Kirk Cousins – Minnesota Vikings

NFL: Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

Probably the most overrated QB in the NFL.

23.  Derek Carr  – Oakland Raiders


Will AB and DC jell?? I guess we will just have to wait and see.

The Mid Tier  

22. Marcus Mariota  – Tennesse Titans

Tennessee Titans v Tampa Bay Buccaneers

21. Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills


Dude looks great in shorts.

20. Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers


I expected so much more from Jameis coming out of college. Truly a shame.

19. Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams


Put a below-average defense in front of Jared Goff, he’ll torch ya. Put a sub-par defense in front of him, he’ll play up to standard. But put a GOOD defense in front of him, and he’ll look like the backup QB of a high school varsity team looking to make states.

18. Jimmy Garoppolo – San Fransisco 49ers


17. Mathew Stafford – Detroit Lions

Detroit Lions v Miami Dolphins

I sometimes find myself laughing over the ridiculous amount of money that Matthew Stafford makes on a yearly basis. There are certain elite players in the NFL that deserve this type of money (5 yrs / $135,000,000) and Mathew Stafford is not one of them.

16. Nick Foles – Jacksonville Jaguars

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I’ll love you forever BDN.

The top 15 

15. Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns

Baker Mayfield

I woke up feeling dangerous about this prediction.

14. Mitchell Trubisky – Chicago Bears


Mitchell Trubisky is a Chicagoans dream. He is athletic as heck, can sling the pigskin like it is a Thanksgiving turkey, and has a personality that was born to be in Chicago. The Bears found a true gem with this star in the making.

13. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys


12. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers 


Some people may not know that Big Ben actually led the league in passing last season. However, father time is catching up to him and without AB as his main target anymore, it is only fair to expect his offensive numbers to take some sort of hit.

11. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers


Cam Newton has all the talent in the world, but he is not going to make my top 10 until he learns how to mature a little.

10. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons


9. Deshaun Watson – Houston Texans 


The Deshaun Watson/DeAndre Hopkins combo may be my favorite in the NFL.

8. Philip Rivers – LA Chargers

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Philip Rivers could mess around and win the MVP this season.

7. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

Arizona Cardinals v Seattle Seahawks

When all is said and done, could Russel Wilson go down as the greatest dual-threat QB of all time?

6. Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles


Carson Wentz is finally fully healthy again. All I can say is, watch out NFL.

5. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs


*Record scratches and complete silences ensues* Listen guys, I know to put Patty Mahomes this low on the list is going to piss a lot of you off, but just hear me out. Patrick Mahomes has had ONE good season and yet, people are already ready to claim him as the best QB to ever live. Don’t get me wrong, the kid was born with a cannon for an arm and does things on Sunday’s that I’ve never seen before, but I feel that we should all just pump the breaks a little bit. Let’s see if he can duplicate his MVP season and continue to live up to this almost unattainable hype that has been placed upon him.

4. Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts


Andrew Luck is as talented and pure a pocket passer as I have ever seen.

3. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints

Washington Redskins v New Orleans Saints

It was pass interference. No doubt.

2. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers


Like a good neighbor, Aaron Rodgers is there.

1. Tom Brady – New England Patriots

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Six. Nuff said.

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