NFL Quarterback Power Rankings 2021-2022 Season

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Today we are going through the quarterback rankings of all the 32 NFL teams starting quarterbacks. With that being said, let’s get into it.


  1. Mike Glennon/Daniel Jones – Giants – The entire Giants quarterback squad would be on the bottom of this list but I can only list two. This team is in shambles and will never be the same after Eli Manning left his prime. The team was never the same and probably won’t be for the next few years.                                                                                                         


  1. Zach Wilson – Jets – I hate to say it, but based off of his first year he is very much looking like another Sam Darnold. His favorite target to throw to is the other team and I think that basically shows you his first season. I wish him the best, but he needs a miracle next year for me to say he is not a bust.


  1. Ben Roethlisberger – Steelers – I mean, he is 39 now, but that is no excuse for having this bad of a year for an obvious future first-ballot Hall of Famer. He needs to hang up the helmet this off-season.


  1. Trevor Siemian/Taysom Hill – Saints – They need Jameis back badly next year. At the start of the year they were 5 and 1 but they ended 9 and 8 and didn’t make the playoffs. Taysom Hill can win games sometimes but he’s not even close to Jameis, and let’s not talk about 0 and 5 Trevor Siemian.


  1. Jared Goff – Lions – First off, Goff is not the franchise QB (quarterback) for the Lions but I still think they need to keep him one more year because they need to get something out of the huge contract he signed. But overall he is definitely one of the worst QB’s in the league.                                          


  1. Cam Newton – Panthers – I’m NOT back! He’s old, his arm is totally out of shape and he can only pass to the other team. He is way too cocky, and he got benched for one of the biggest busts in the last 10 years. All I have to say is bye-bye Cam.                                                                                   


  1. Andy Dalton – Bears – He’s past his prime and should be a free agent by this off-season. Overall, without prime A.J. Green, he’s not a good quarterback and probably never will be again. So, this is my formal goodbye to Andy Dalton’s chance of every being good again.                                                                        


  1. Trevor Lawrence – Jaguars – Honestly too young to tell. He threw way too many interceptions but his top wide receiver was a super fast aging Marvin Jones Jr. Overall, his rookie year was not horrible, but it was nothing to brag about.                                                                                 


  1. Teddy Bridgewater – Broncos – He’s not what he used to be. Maybe he should go to the Giants but he is just not that good anymore. I like Bridgewater and I wish him the best.       


  1. Davis Mills – Texans – I’m very, very impressed with Mills. He somehow managed to win 4 games with arguably one of the worst teams in the league. He is the future of Houston and they just need to build around him. All the Texans need is a few additions to the defense and a good tight end and Mills will be in the top 20 quarterbacks next year.                                                                              


  1. Tua Tagovailoa – Dolphins – He’s improved but very slowly. When Tua was healthy the Dolphins were a really good team because of him. He does seem to choke under pressure and throw a little bit off target too much but his future is bright in Miami.                                                      


  1. Matt Ryan – Falcons – Maybe one last season for a top 20 quarterback of all time, just not on the Falcons. He is very old and not like his past self but he still has a little bit left in him. He had a good season this year but could not reach the playoffs with an average defense and a pretty high-powered offense.


  1. Taylor Heinicke – Washington Commanders – He did an amazing job at the start of the season but once he played against the Cowboys and a few other decent teams, he looked like the backup QB he is. Overall he had a good but not great year.                                                                                             


  1. Russell Wilson – Seahawks – Injuries derailed half of his season but when he was healthy he was average. In general he needs to get traded away from this team. He just can’t seem to win and it’s a struggle.


  1. Baker Mayfield – Browns – Injuries are the main reason Baker struggled so horribly this season. His shoulder was just gone and he couldn’t throw any passes to his under par wide receivers. He just needs to be healthy and then he’ll be good.                                                               


  1. Carson Wentz – Colts – Choked! He can’t win under pressure. His season was average and he was a decent QB but could not get any wins under pressure. Basically, he needs to leave Indianapolis before he throws his career away again.                                                                                   


  1.  Jimmy Garoppolo – 49ers – Pretty decent compared to his horrible performance last year. He still throws way too many interceptions, but his deep ball is looking really good and I’m excited to see where he goes this off-season.


  1. Jalen Hurts – Eagles – The quarterback from the Eagles is very solid, just not consistent enough against some of the better teams like the Raiders. He is a very solid quarterback and has a bright future for his 2nd year as a QB.


  1. Derek Carr – Raiders – Unpopular opinion, I do believe that Derek Carr will be a top 10 quarterback next year. I think that he is very solid and just needs some more targets that he can hit because he’s very talented.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 13. Ryan Tannehill – Titans – Even though he did have a horrible game against the Bengals, I do believe that he is a very solid quarterback. He does, in fact, have a lot of talent, he just needs to put it to work.


         12. Mac Jones – Patriots – A hot take, putting a rookie QB in the number 12 spot. I must admit that I didn’t want to put him this high up because he is a rookie and a Patriots player, but with no good reason as to why I shouldn’t, I had no choice but to put him this high up.                                                                            


11. Kirk Cousins – Vikings – An unexpected player in the number 11 spot, but I do believe that he is actually a very solid quarterback. He has definitely not passed to some receivers that he should have, but I believe that he is very good at his position and is very good at what he needs to be good at.                                                                                      


10. Lamar Jackson – Ravens – Lamar Jackson is a great quarterback all around, he throws a lot of really great passes and when he is forced out of the pocket he is quick on his feet. I just wish he had some more weapons for him to really use well.                                                                                                                                             


  1. Dak Prescott – Cowboys – Dak Prescott may be the most overrated quarterback in the NFL, in fact, I might be overrating him right now, but I do think that he is solid and deserves this number 9 spot.


  1. Justin Herbert – Chargers – Justin Herbert is a really solid quarterback that I think will end up winning at least two Super Bowls in his career. I think the Chargers are going to have to re-sign him for a couple of years.


  1. Matthew Stafford – Rams – I feel like the Rams have had a lot of success with Jared Goff, but I feel like Matthew Stafford has just outshone him this year. He has just played way better than expected.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6. Kyler Murray – Cardinals – This #1 overall pick of the 2019 draft class found his way through a mouse door from the comics into number 6 this season. The only reason why he is not higher is because of his lackluster performance in the playoffs and at the end of the season.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 5. Tom Brady – Buccaneers – The GOAT (greatest of all time) is coming in 5th place this year, and for everybody saying that the GOAT can’t be placed this low, then try me. He threw way too many interceptions for him to have a higher ranking.                                                                                       


  1. Josh Allen – Bills – After leading that very impressive game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the luck of a coin toss cost the Buffalo Bills the game, especially since he had 329 yards against the Chiefs.


  1. Joe Burrow – Bengals – Joe definitely deserves this spot. The way he came back from a torn ACL and then immediately turned into a franchise QB, well, I don’t think that’s something anyone else in the league can do. He is the future of the Bengals. The only reason he is above Josh Allen this year is because of how he managed to carry his team to the Super Bowl.                                                                                                      


  1. Patrick Mahomes – Chiefs – This may go against popular belief, but I think that he will end up being the #1 draft pick of the 2010s. I also believe that he is 100% worth the 500 million dollar contract he signed with the Chiefs.


  1. Aaron Rodgers – Packers – All around MVP (most valuable player) winner in my personal opinion. I may not respect his decisions, but he is truly amazing at football. The amount of records that this man holds and will hold is uncountable.