The Quarterback rankings will tell you how crazy this season has been. Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers in the bottom half of the top ten is something that hasn’t happened in the last two decades! Jared Goff and Jalen Hurts are both in the top ten. Check out the top football betting sites for betting on the NFL.
Brady is off to a slow start as injuries to his receivers, and offensive line have a lot to do with this low rating for Brady. The Bucs and Brady should start getting some players back, and the NFC South is not a tough division this season.
The Cincinnati Bengals put a stop to the Dolphins three-game winning streak, but Tua has improved this season, and when he returns from his concussion, I assume he will pick up where he left off when he returns. The Dolphins lack of a running game will slow Tua down as the season goes on.
The Packers have not been impressive on offense this season, and the loss of Devante Adams is a lot to overcome, but the Packers are still 3-1. Next up are the Giants in London, so his ranking is down, but it’s more from the issues around him than his fault. As long as the Packers have Rodgers they will be dangerous.
This is the biggest surprise on this list! Goff and the Lions are scoring points at an alarming rate. Unfortunately, the defense is giving up points at an alarming rate. Goff looks to be improved and highly motivated, and the Lions look to be headed towards respectability.
Except for a surprisingly bad game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Herbert has played well, overcoming a rib injury and the loss of Keenan Allen, his best receiver. Allen should be back soon, and Herbert’s ribs will get better, so things look up for Herbert.
Hurts has only thrown four touchdown passes this season, but the Eagles are undefeated and Hurts has made the plays when he needed to throw. Hurts still has a lot to prove, but he is on his way to doing just that. Check out the top football odds.
For the most part, Jackson has played well, but he has been part of two blown 17-point leads. The defense does deserve a lot of that blame, but Jackson and the offense deserve some of the blame as in both losses, the Ravens defense became non-existent.
Burrow had a slow start to the season after missing most of camp with an appendectomy. The Bengals offense was not good in the first two weeks of the season but has rebounded to become more vertical in wins over the Jets and the Dolphins.
Even with the loss of Tyreek Hill, the Chiefs offense continues to roll, and most of that is because Mahomes is at the helm. With the Raiders coming up next, the Chiefs look poised to take control of the AFC West.
Allen struggled for a half in Baltimore, but he proved just how good he was leading the Bills from 17 down in Baltimore. Allen can do it with his arm or his legs, but the Bills have not been as dominant as expected this season as the running game has not been good, and injuries have hurt the defense.
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