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TGT Heisman Power Rankings After Week 4

Who is your favorite to win it all?
Source: The Tennessean

Okay, I was going to do a top-10 but I think we all know that an Alabama wide receiver is not winning this award, or a Wake Forest receiver, or a Washinton State quarterback. I thought it would make more sense to limit this to the guys capable of winning this trophy as of right now.

7) Sam Ehlinger – Texas Longhorns

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Against Oklahoma State Ehlinger went 20-of-28 for 286 yards, four touchdowns and one interception; yet also had a big rushing day, taking 10 total carries for 70 yards in the contest. With over 1,200 yards passing, 15 passing scores and a rushing touchdown as well. He needs to keep winning to have a shot at the trophy, but Big 12 defenses should allow that with no problem.

6) Tua Tagovailoa – Alabama Crimson Tide

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I know I have him rated too low, but come on, he hasn’t really played anybody yet. I am sure he will be a top-5 draft pick next year and that he will have a season that will put him in the top-3 before all is said and done, but the Tide schedule has been bad so far.

5) Chase Young – Ohio State Buckeyes

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Young is an absolute stud who will dominate on Sundays and I have no doubt about that. He has a shot at 20 sacks on the season and while I realize that he probably has little shot at this trophy, I truly believe he is the best player in the Nation.

4) Justin Fields – Ohio State Buckeyes

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The Buckeyes schedule has been decent so far with Cincinnati, Florida Atlantic, and Indiana, but it’s not outstanding either. When it’s all said and done Fields will go down as a great college quarterback.

3) Jonathan Taylor

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Taylor was dominant in the Badgers 35-14 win, accumulating 23 carries for 203 yards and two touchdowns. In just three games on the year now, Taylor has 58 carries for 440 yards and seven touchdowns while also adding three receiving touchdowns. Taylor has a very real chance at the Heisman.

2) Jalen Hurts

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Can Oklahoma get three straight? It sure looks like it! In just three games Hurts has 880 yards and nine touchdowns through the air with no interceptions to tarnish his output. More importantly for his candidacy, though, he also has 38 rushes for 373 yards and four touchdowns in 2019. Playing in the Big 12 against some let’s just say spotty defenses won’t hurt his chances either.

1) Joe Burrow

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The Ohio State transfer has turned the LSU Tigers into one of the finest offenses in the country to watch! On Saturday Burrow went 25-of-34 for 398 yards and six touchdowns. That gives Burrow 1,520 yards passing, seventeen touchdowns, just two interceptions and a rushing touchdown on his stat sheet this year. If he can win the SEC the Heisman will in all likelihood be his.

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