QB Power Rankings: Everyone knows who's good by now
32. Nathan Peterman, Bills (LW: 32)
And now his watch has ended.
31. Eli Manning, Giants (LW: 31)
He probably saved himself a benching with thier win over San Fran. But it's coming. Dread it, run from it, Kyle Lauletta arrives all the same.
30. Blake Bortles, Jaguars (LW: 28)
At this point, Blake Bortles Jokes on The Good Place are a more enjoyable experience than Blake Bortles Jokes on the Football Field.
28. 49ers QBs (LW: 30)
Someone this week suggested Nick Mullens might be the next Tom Brady. And probably got paid handsomely to do so.
27. Case Keenum, Broncos (LW: 29)
He's apparently guaranteed to come back to Denver next year, so get excited Broncos fans!
25. Sam Darnold, Jets (LW: 23)
I wouldn't be surprised if Darnold doesn't return this season. After how he was progressing under Bowles, can't say I blame the Jets, either.
23. Baker Mayfield (LW: 24)
His quote about waking up dangerous has become instantly iconic. Baker is that dude.
22. BROCKTOBER, Dolphins (LW: 20)
21. Ryan Fitzpatrick (LW: 19)
He's only got a handful of weeks left to convince another team to give him $35 million over 2 years.
20. Marcus Mariota, Titans (LW: 21)
He put up some historic numbers against New England. Is he worth the $100 million extension though?
19. Andy Dalton, Cincinnati (LW: 17)
Hue Jackson's here to save the day!
18. Mitch Trubisky, Bears (LW: 22)
This week's NFC Offensive Player of the Week has looked like a legitimate franchise QB over the last month. Weird how #2 overall picks sometimes do that.
17. Joe Flacco, Ravens (LW: 17)
With a lingering injury, the Ravens might be turning to RG3, which is certainly one decision you can make. Or they could go with Lamar Jackson who is, you know, 2013 RG3 with both his knees intact.
16. Alex Smith, Redskins (LW: 19)
He's passed for EXACTLY 178 yards in three of his last four games, which is *so* Alex Smith.
15. Kirk Cousins, Vikings (LW: 13)
He's been even more average than Alex Smith this season! And that's saying something.
14. Deshaun Watson, Texans (LW: 11)
How he plays against Washington's top-ranked defense this week will be one of the more entertaining storylines of the weekend.
11. Matt Ryan, Falcons (LW: 15)
10. Russell Wilson, Seahawks (LW:9)
9. Matt Stafford, Lions (LW: 10)
He got Bears-Defense'd last Sunday, but it happens to everyone. Don't take it personally, Matt.
7. Carson Wentz, Eagles (LW: 8)
The Wentz-Tate connection already looked strong in their first week together.
6. Andrew Luck, Colts (LW: 6)
1.. Drew Brees, Saints (LW: 4)
Just like the Saints are the new #1 in our Power Rankings, so is Brees. They go hand-in-hand. That's how it works. At least for this week.