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Full NFL Quarterback Rankings For The 2022 NFL Fantasy Football Season
Believe it or not, the NFL season is right around the corner–we’re already well into NFL Preseason, and fantasy leagues across the country are already drafting their very very important teams. Before anyone settles into their drafting chairs, they MUST take a look at rankings, because drafts, and draftable players, leave the board a lot faster than you’d think.
Here you’ll find my official rankings for each starting QB (currently listed) in the NFL. If fantasy isn’t for you, don’t worry–you can bet on NFL games (regular season and preseason) at any of these New Jersey Online Casinos.
1. Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs
I feel like a lot of writers are trying to be cute by dropping Mahomes down their rankings, but in my mind he’s still the #1 QB available come draft day. No one, expect for maybe the guy ranked #2, has proven the ability to be as explosive as Mahomes is week in and week out. Did he have a few down weeks last year? Sure. But that’s expected–not every season is going to be immaculate. I expect a huge year out of Mahomes this year, and he’ll remind everyone who’s sitting on the QB throne.
2. Josh Allen, Bills
I still have dreams about that Bills/Chiefs playoff game last year where it seemed like the two teams scored 60 points combined in the last 30 seconds of play. Mahomes and Allen absolutely balled out, and Allen proved his worth at the top of this list. It’ll be incredibly entertaining to watch the two of them duke it out for AFC supremacy this year.
3. Joe Burrow, Bengals
Joe Burrow might be the coolest person to ever step foot on a football field. He’s got all the makings of a star QB, and I really think he’s going to put up huge numbers this year–which is even more impressive considering he went to the Super Bowl last year.
4. Aaron Rodgers, Packers
When he’s not hosting Jeopardy or slinging nonsense about the COVID vaccine, Rodgers is an absolute killer on the field. Sure, he lost his #1 reciever in Davante Adams, but Rodgers has proven his ability to spread the wealth and always find the open man. Drafting Rodgers as a top-5 QB should never leave you with regrets.
5. Justin Herbert, Chargers
The young stars will continue to rise as we move on down my list, as I expect even more growth out of Chargers stud QB Justin Herbert. He’s still got all the weapons around him to make a push deep into the postseason, and could even be a sneaky Super Bowl sleeper.
6. Tom Brady, Buccaneers
This may be the lowest Tom Brady has ever been listed on a list of quarterbacks, and if I’m being honest a majority of the reason why he’s so low is because I hate him with every fiber of my being. That being said, he’s still 600 years old and can sling it like he’s 21, so I can’t hate too hard. Some people are predicting some regression out of Brady this year, but they’ve been saying that for the last half-decade, so I don’t see it happening.
7. Matt Stafford, Rams
Remember when everyone got mad at Matt Stafford for not helping that woman that broke her back? That feels like forever ago…any way, if Stafford can heal up from his own injury, I expect him to be a top QB in the league in 2022.
8. Kyler Murray, Cardinals
I feel like Kyler gets a lot of hate, and I’ve never really understood why. You have to remember, he lead the Cardinals to an insane 10-0 run last season, and he is still one of the most versatile two-way QBs in the league. Lots of upside with Murray here.
9. Derek Carr, Raiders
I’ll be honest, I want Derek Carr on my team so bad. The man is absolutely electric, and it helps that he has a cannon for an arm. Add on the fact that the Raiders have one of the most stacked receiving cores in the game (Devante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, Darren Waller) and this Raiders offense becomes mighty scary.
10. Dak Prescott, Cowboys
As easy as it is to hate on Dak, there’s no doubting he had a good season last year. If he, and the rest of his team, can avoid injury this year, there’s no doubt in my mind he’ll finish the season as a top-10 QB.
Here’s how the rest of the QBs rank:
11. Lamar Jackson, Ravens
12. Russell Wilson, Broncos
13. Kirk Cousins, Vikings
14. Jalen Hurts, Eagles
15. Mac Jones, Patriots
16. Ryan Tannehill, Titans
17. Tua Tagovailoa, Dolphins
18. Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers
19. Baker Mayfield, Panthers
20. Jamies Winston, Saints
21. Matt Ryan, Colts
22. Jared Goff, Lions
23. Trevor Lawrence, Jaguars
24. Carson Wentz, Commanders
25. Davis Mills, Texans
26. Zach Wilson, Jets
27. Daniel Jones, Giants
28. Justin Fields, Bears
29. Mitchell Trubisky, Steelers
30. Marcus Mariota, Falcons
31. Drew Lock, Seahawks
32. Deshaun Watson, Browns