Goff’s brave resilience has won him fans in Detroit, who appreciate that he can use whatever defenses give him to guide a playoff bid. But big-game giveaways should be monitored after such an unpleasant Thanksgiving. Goff has struggled the last couple of weeks and needs to get the ship righted ASAP!
Tua produces video-game-quality results when facing inferior teams; his 22 passing TDs rank third. But when faced with formidable defenses, Wilson must protect the ball better to remain at his peak performance level. If he starts beating good teams, he will quickly climb these rankings.
Jackson may only have thrown 13 touchdowns through 12 games, but his incredible dual-threat ability more than makes up for any shortcomings in his supporting cast. With 571 rushing yards alone he ranks first among QBs.
Wilson had trouble translating his stats to victories early in the year; too often, he came up short late in games. Now, Wilson has developed a habit of showing his clutch touch to make Denver an unpredictable late-game opponent and may have his swag back.
Stroud quickly established himself as an outstanding rookie quarterback, so much so that expectations have grown in recent weeks for him to dominate every week – leading to some reduction in hype levels; nonetheless, he still ranks third-best among quarterbacks, averaging more yards per throw (8.4) than all but two QBs.
Prescott has taken advantage of every opportunity presented to him on the Cowboys’ schedule to increase his numbers, with touchdown passes at their highest rate (6.2% of career total) to lead his offense and increase their win totals. Now, we all know Prescott is a good quarterback, but to be elite, he needs to win in the playoffs.
Dak Prescott will always give opposing teams an equal shot with his fearless gunslinging, but he displayed MVP-caliber material against the Eagles in a shootout. He’s been virtually unsackable, with over 3,500 total yards and 33 touchdowns to his credit. He needs to limit the turnovers though.
Hurts’ follow-up performance to winning an MVP hasn’t been perfect, with 14 turnovers in 11 games and 29 touchdowns to his name on the year – yet he remains one of the favorite candidates for 2023 MVP honors. Hurts has been average until the game is on the line, with the game on the line he is as good as anybody in the NFL.
Everyone agrees that reigning MVP Mahomes has had a subpar year leading Kansas City, but it isn’t his fault; his receivers are sub-par and the amount of drops from the Chiefs receiver corps has been ridiculous. Yet he ranks fourth in touchdown passes (21) and is on pace to set career marks as a scrambler.
It’s only fitting that Hurts and the Eagles meet up again against the 49ers in Week 12 — as both quarterbacks have been outstanding this season, playing spotless football as distributors to Christian McCaffrey, Brandon Aiyuk and other 49ers reliable targets. There isn’t a more efficient quarterback competing at his position who also takes risks downfield. Purdy had a rough patch of three games, but those issues have been straightened out.
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