2022 NFL QB Power Rankings: Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence, Eagles’ Jalen Hurts climb ahead of Week 4 showdown

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The Colts got the best of him in Week 3 but let’s be honest: No. 15 remains the most reliable contemporary playmaker at the position. He’s allowed imperfect outings on and off, and his chemistry with new wideouts should only improve. 2
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He couldn’t quite finish it against the Dolphins, but Allen’s physical gifts are almost unmatched in the entire league. In three games, he’s paced for more than 5,600 yards through the air and another 600+ on the ground. 3
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The numbers aren’t exaggerated, and the Packers’ makeshift offensive line might not really get going until the final months of the season, but as long as A-Rod’s nimble accuracy remains intact, Green Bay can’t be counted out. 4
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Herbie’s MVP candidacy could well hit an injury-plagued and underperforming team, and he’s still forcing one shot too many. But the laser arm out of the bag will ensure he’s one of the best players on the field every week. (+1) 5
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He shares many similarities with Aaron Rodgers this year: aging on a sluggish and jaded offense but still with pinpoint accuracy when it counts. Hopefully he gets backup because his arm still has enough juice to work. (-1) 6
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It’s safe to call him the early frontrunner for MVP. He leads the NFL by 12 points, he’s shown more confidence when he shows it, and his legs remain the deadliest in the game. If he continues like this, the Ravens will win the AFC North. 7
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This year, Burrow could be looking to outperform not just other teams but himself and his own squad thanks to his penchant for risky or overly long plays behind a dodgy line. Thankfully, he’s still elite at the basics out of the bag. 8th
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After just three games, it’s pretty clear he won’t be repeating his MVP-caliber production from a year ago. But Stafford’s raw arm talent and feel for the game still make up for his poorly timed throws. Let’s hope his elbow can survive when he has to throw deep regularly again. 9
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It’s almost impossible to rate him, as his top-five athleticism as the NFL’s most frenetic scrambler rarely translates to consistent results on Kliff Kingsbury’s offense. For all the promise, he and Arizona have yet to get a handle on the “it” factor. 10
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If Lamar Jackson is fast and Kyler Murray is smart, then Hurts is the sweet spot — a planing runner with the physical strength to break tackles. Better still, he’s suddenly a much more confident and accurate deep passer, suggesting he may indeed be the Eagles’ QB of the future. (+1) 11
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Funny he’s playing for the Broncos now, because Wilson’s ugly start in Denver is somewhat reminiscent of Tim Tebow’s experience — erratic accuracy, slow decision-making, but late-game hold. It’s hard to tell if he’s actually losing weight or if he just needs more time to adjust. (-1) 12
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As always, he’s on the edge of the “franchise” stage: always capable of being a highlight reel game winner, but rarely when the lights are at their brightest. 13
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He and cousins ​​are forever bonded in these exercises. The excitement is there, as are some nice throws (like his TD against Davante Adams in Week 3), but the big wins aren’t. Las Vegas is 0-3 for many reasons, but he didn’t exactly save the ship. 14
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All the pre-draft talk about “generational talent” is finally starting to pay off. Lawrence hurls it into tight windows with confidence under Doug Pederson and has been looking quite like Justin Herbert for the past few weeks. (+1) fifteen
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Having a spunky trainer and a pair of dynamic wideouts sure helps. He follows in the footsteps of Jalen Hurt’s bar for bar, except with pinpoint punches as opposed to dual threat magic. (+1) 16
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New week, same story with Tannehill: When Derrick Henry drives a truck, he’s pulling his own weight as a point guard. The Titans will go as far as their QB’s supporting cast take them. (+1) 17
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The 49ers got the full package from Jimmy G on Sunday night. The accomplished vet showed good rhythm early on and gave Kyle Shanahan a reliable offensive figurehead, but he also ended the night with a handful of absent-minded errors, including going out of the end zone to safety. (-3) 18
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Don’t ask him to air it in a shootout anymore, but Ryan was a real tough soldier leading the Colts to a Chiefs riot. He was beaten at 37 but stood tall on the range to hit short-range targets in crunch time. (+1) 19
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He and the ailing line of commanders refused to help each other in an ugly loss to the Eagles, repeating the truth about Wentz: His arm stays well above average, but when he’s not making layups or not on his feet can, his team is as good as doomed. (-1) 20
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Here’s something we didn’t expect to write until 2022: The Lions would almost certainly have beaten the Vikings if they just let Goff keep throwing in Week 3. He wasn’t particularly accurate overall, but he did a good job of nurturing his young playmakers. (+2) 21
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Entering Week 4 we are still looking for a full game from Jameis who is obviously still grappling with back and ankle injuries. Don’t be surprised if the Saints get to Andy Dalton sooner rather than later. 22
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We are now entering the stage of QBs who may or may not be better served as backups. But Geno attacked more than expected, ironically giving Pete Carroll reason to show more passing inclination after Russell Wilson’s departure. (+4) 23
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The Bears have been competitive, but not because of anything Fields does as a QB. This reputation is based almost entirely on his athleticism, evident in every move he makes. Chicago just doesn’t trust him to run an aerial offense. 24
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After a rocky start as a replacement for Deshaun Watson, Brissett has grown accustomed to choosing his shots more carefully. He always had a veteran’s demeanor; The problem was maintaining accuracy as a more conservative decision maker. (+8) 25
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His quest to turn a dry run with the Panthers into a long-term starting gig received the slightest boost in Week 3, but it took all his strength to narrowly beat the Saints. 26
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So maybe Jerry Jones really has something on his trail and is oddly teasing Rush as a potential successor to Dak Prescott? Seriously, he was ready for the moment, delivering a lot of nice downfield throws and avoiding major mistakes. Now 3-0 as an emergency starter, his football IQ seems rock solid. (+5) 27
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More of the same in Houston, where Mills’ reign as the underrated gem of the 2021 QB class is fast approaching a possible end. He picked the worst times to turn the ball in a winnable Week 3 loss to Chicago. (-3) 28
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Is every single one of his launches exactly the same? Jones always flees behind a bad O-line from the pass rush, always displays Pro Bowl-caliber athleticism, and somehow always on the wrong end of crunch-time throws. He rarely had much help, but he rarely raised his team. (+2) 29
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Fast, fragmented, and totally replaceable for a team that’s managed to hang around in each of their first three games. (-2) 30
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A week after his quiet pocket presence helped the Jets in an inspiring upset, Flacco’s immobility returned to bite the team against the Bengals when he had no choice but to give in to the pressure or throw himself into traffic. (-1) 31
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The Steelers continue to play it safe and rely on things other than Trubisky’s legs, which is an indictment of the coaching staff, but the passing confidence just isn’t there. (-3) 32
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As an interim replacement for the injured Mac Jones, the 36-year-old is 1:11 under center in his last 12 starts.

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