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2022/23 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings Coming Into Week Four
It’s been an exciting three weeks of NFL action so far–and while it’s only been three weeks, some players are already starting to separate themselves from the rest. And while the quarterback is not the only player on the field, it’s hard to talk football without mentioning the QB, so that’s what this whole story is going to be about.
I’ll be power-ranking each NFL QB through week three, with a bit of reasoning attached to those in the top 10. If you want to bet on any of these athletes in week four, you can do so through any of these New Jersey Online Casinos.
1. Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Ravens
Lamar Jackson has been dominating week in and week out so far this season, totaling 749 yards through the air and 243 on the ground through his first three games. Jackson’s 10 passing TDs are enough to lead the league, and his 2 rushing TDs rank sixth among all offensive players in the NFL. Jackson’s contract is up at the end of this season, and boy is he playing like it. Barring any injuries, we’re looking at our MVP.
2. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills
Through his first three games, Allen already has over 1000 yards passing. While the Bills lost a disappointing week three matchup against the Dolphins, Allen still balled out, passing for 400 yards and two TDs (albeit on 83 attempts). We’re seeing less rushing out of Allen this season, which is probably better for his longevity. If Allen stays at this pace, we could be witnessing a record-setting season from the Buffalo Bill.
3. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
Mahomes had a tough outing in week three, but if you’ve been following my Super Bowl predictions you know I love this Chiefs team, so I can let it slide. It also helps that a “rough week” for Mahomes still includes 250+ yards passing and a TD. I wouldn’t put too much weight on their week three loss to the Colts.
4. Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
This Eagles team is pretty crazy, huh? And at the epicenter of it all is none other than Jalen Hurts, who has led to Birds to three-straight weeks of scoring 28+ points in the first half alone. Hurts has 916 yards through the air so far this season, with 167 rushing yards as well. The Eagles’ week four matchup against the Commanders is incredibly favorable for the young QB, so you can expect to see Hurts rise a bit come next week's list.
5. Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals
As a fellow short person, I’ve always been a fan of Myler Murray. And while the Cardinals lost in week three, it wasn’t Murray’s fault in the slightest. Murray’s receivers dropped at least 10 catchable balls in the Cardinals' loss to the Rams, and Murray still managed to throw for 314 yards. He’s only got three touchdowns so far on the year, but I expect that number to increase as he and Marquise Brown become more familiar with one another.
6. Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers
We can chalk up Herbert’s lackluster performance in week three to this lingering rib injury we’ve been hearing all about for the past week. Herbert started out the season on fire, tossing three TDs in each of the Chargers' first two games. He rounded out week three with 297 passing yards, a TD, and an interception. Hopefully, this rib injury that Herbert sustained in week two doesn’t linger, and he’s able to return to form in his week four matchup against the Texans.
7. Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals
It took Joe Cool a bit to warm up, but it seems like he’s back in the swing of things. He had a great game against the Jets in week three–and before you say “Of course he did, it’s the Jets,” I’m going to remind you that the Jets' secondary actually isn’t terrible. Burrow now has six TDs on the season and 812 yards and has a tough matchup against the Dolphins coming up on Thursday Night.
8. Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins
All members of Tua-non, please stand up. A lot of Tua’s stats this season are being carried by his six-touchdown performance in week two, but as long as the Dolphins keep winning games there’s not much I can say about it.
9. Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders
Derek Carr has thrown exactly two touchdowns in each of the Raiders’ games so far this season, and that’s enough to squeeze you in my top 10. I think Carr will take some more time to heat up, but will close out the season as a top-5 QB.
10. Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars
If you haven’t been paying attention to Trevor Lawrence, you may want to start now. He’s improved his game every week so far this season and is coming off of a 262-yard, 2 TD performance against the Chargers in week three. Oh, yeah, I forgot–the Jaguars are also 2-1 so far this season, which is their best start since 2018.
11. Jared Goff, Detroit Lions
12. Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings
13. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers
14. Jacoby Brissett, Cleveland Browns
15. Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans
16. Geno Smith, Seattle Seahawks
17. Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
18. Baker Mayfield, Carolina Panthers
19. Carson Wentz, Washington Commanders
20. Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos
21. Matthew Stafford, Los Angeles Rams
22. Joe Flacco, New York Jets
23. Mitch Trubisky, Pittsburgh Steelers
24. Jameis Winston, New Orleans Saints
25. Marcus Mariota, Atlanta Falcons
26. Daniel Jones, New York Giants
27. Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco 49ers
28. Davis Mills, Houston Texans
29. Matt Ryan, Indianapolis Colts
30. Justin Fields, Chicago Bears
31. Mac Jones, New England Patriots
32. Cooper Rush, Dallas Cowboys