2022 NFL QB Power Rankings: Kyler Murray, Jalen Hurts, Lamar Jackson Headline Rise of Mobile QBs in Week 3

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His gun-wielding always presented him with potential challenges, and in particular was the case for a close victory over him. chargers, But he’s still standard for freestyling in position, with an undying knack for clutch, acrobatic throws. 2
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Every time he bulldozes for the first time, you worry about badly hurting his massive body. But he’s essentially a supersized, more run-inclined version of Mahomes, which is one reason why Buffalo looks like the contender we all hoped for. (+2) 3
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Without Davante Adams, it is clear they should rely more heavily on Matt LaFleur’s two-headed ground game. But the sheer accuracy and uneducated feel to the game remains, as evidenced by packer‘ prime-time route of Bear, 4
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In a healthy lineup, Brady is still unmatched as a deciding point guard, and he is now clutch in back-to-back victories for the Bux. Should his supporting cast take more hits, however, he may not necessarily be physically equipped to expand plays on his own. (-2) 5
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More than two years in, Herbert feels like he’s playing against his own team just like his opponents, this time battling a rib injury in an oddly conservative game plan. chiefs, As a pocket passer his equipment is elite; He needs more help from his employees. 6
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An MVP always lies inside Jackson, whose deep touch of wrists and lightning-fast legs deserved a win against him. dolphin in week 2. 7
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which is cool and Bengal Caught in a cycle, the former is pressuring her to overcome her lack of protection. Hopefully Buro plays it a little safer as Cinci finds ways to get the ball out of his hands and into the hands of his players. 8
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That’s probably where the next level of QB begins, as Stafford has been a lot more business than miraculous to start two years in LA, which, in line with the rest of his career, has always been gritty and flashy. but is prone to turnover spree. (+2) 9
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cardinals There is a weekly circus, and the undead is the principal act, for better and for worse. His frantic energy as a scrambler is representative of Arizona’s failure to establish a rhythm but keep the team at it until the last minute. (+2) 10
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Probably the Toughest QB to Rank, Wilson’s First broncos The outings have been ugly and indifferent, even as their late-game deep balls have kept Denver in the mix. For now, he gets the benefit of the doubt as a proven leader, but you have to wonder if his magic touch is fading. (-2) 1 1
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Are we seeing the new Russell Wilson? Hurts still has plenty of season left to prove he can maintain his apparent growth as a passer, but his prime-time breakout against Vikings Was a total package, showing that he’s finally found the injury elusive and astounding confidence, along with rhythmic throwing. (+2) 12
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If Dak Prescott had been healthy, he would have been less. Cousins’ body of work is more impressive than he credits, and he’s generally reliable as a quick-strike thrower. However, once again, the bright lights revealed his penchant for wacky decisions. (-2) 13
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Apparently the Josh McDaniels influence has yet to sink in. While Carr, like Cousins, is respectable enough as a skilled playoff-caliber arm, when the going gets tough, he’s prone to frequent turnovers. (-1) 14
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Back in the saddle after an injury to Trey Lance, Garopolo probably lifts the floor in San Francisco, giving Kyle Shanahan a reliable temperature-setter for a run-first attack. But we have seen earlier that there are limits to being asked to carry heavy aerial workloads. 15
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Two games into the Doug Pedersen era, Lawrence is coming out from his shell as a more confident, decisive pocket passer. In the weak AFC South, he has had a chance to play quietly for the division title. (+2) 16
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He’s clearly bought-in from inside the Dolphins organization, and his confidence should rise after the chuck-it-up extravaganza against Baltimore. Best suited for a quick strike, let’s see how he shapes up in Powerhouse Showdown Bills in week 3 (+2) 17
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Malik Willis enters titans‘ Week 2 loss because it was a blow, but for other reasons how long does he enter? Tannehill is the AFC’s Garopolo, a respected vet who needs special support from his staff and supporting cast. (-2) 18
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The NFL’s roller-coaster QB, Wentz is never too spirited, giving Washington both explosive gaffes and explosive success through the air. if you are one commanders Fans, you just keep hoping that the big plays work in their team’s favor. (-2) 19
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a lot for colts Stabilizing the ship at QB by swapping Wentz for Ryan. The truth is, the latter hasn’t been a consistently above average passer over the years, though his slim supporting cast out doesn’t really help matters. (-5) 20
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Youth is a symbol of the present Patriot: Technically sound with the ability to surprise, but a little too old school to inspire confidence in today’s NFL. (-1) 21
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He is certainly an entertaining watch; He always has been. But what Winston’s track record should have told us come 2022 was that he’ll be a weekly gamble, always a little too generous on his big hand. (-2) 22
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The derision he’s faced since his dwindling days in LA is justified by the iffy performance under pressure, but when all the other parts are clicking, Goff also remains a less accurate passerby. Quietly, he inspired Detroit to swing the ball with ease. (+5) 23
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The physical devices are obvious, but he has little to show. Bear doesn’t exactly surround him with stars, but it’s also related to how little they rely on him to even throw the ball. (-1) 24
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He’s still getting points for standing tall as a youngster in imperfect conditions, but at some point, he should be able to move the ball reliably. (-1) 25
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So maybe Moxie really only gets you as an NFL QB. Mayfield never gives up, but that is part of the issue as he struggles to make plays under pressure. (-1) 26
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After a Busy Week 1 of Russell Wilson, Smith Is Back to Earth 49ers, He can complete all passes for Pete Carroll, but when the offense is made for safe play, his range is limited. 27
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He’s shown a lot of fighting for the team he’s written, and his athleticism bothers him, but the passing is inconsistent. (+2) 28
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Offensive coordinator Matt Canada’s ultra-conservative approach is theoretically protecting Trubisky from himself, but isn’t that an indictment on the QB’s ability to elevate the team? (-3) 29
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Don’t tell him to avoid the pressure or avoid a pile of sacks, but at 37 years old, Flaco still has the vision and enough hands-on talent to spoil another team’s day. (+1) 30
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He’s kind of “there”, as in giants‘ QB, who is right when New York’s defense owns the day. What happens when it comes time for him to win a game on his own? (-2) 31
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Set a 2-0 record for Rush when starting in place of Dak Prescott. Physically confined or not, he knows where to go with the ball. (+1) 32
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He improved hard damage from 1 week jetBut he remains an ultra-conservative, not-too-accurate interim for a team that should be much better. (-1)

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