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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2023 Draft Rankings

Patrick Mahomes II Note
Patrick Mahomes II photo 1. Patrick Mahomes II KC (at LAC)
Arguably the best pure passer to ever play in the NFL, Patrick Mahomes enters his age-28 season at the height of his powers. Mahomes led all players in fantasy scoring last season with 428.4 points, giving him his second QB1 finish. In his five full seasons as a starter, Mahomes has averaged 303 passing yards and 23.95 fantasy points per game. Playing his first season without WR Tyreek Hill, who left for Miami, Mahomes finished the 2022 season with a career-high 5,250 passing yards and a league-high 41 TD passes. Mahomes is the safest bet you can make at quarterback.
3 weeks ago
Jalen Hurts Note
Jalen Hurts photo 2. Jalen Hurts PHI (at NYG)
Hurts gave us a taste of his fantasy potential in 2021 and then cooked a seven-course meal in 2022, improving his passing numbers across the board, providing enormous rushing value and leading all quarterbacks with 25.6 fantasy points per game. Hurts was a highly efficient passer in his second full season as a starter, completing 66.5% of his throws at 8.0 yards per attempt, with a miniscule 1.3% INT rate. But it's the running game where Hurts really makes his bones. He ran for 13 touchdowns last year and has 23 TD runs over the last two seasons. Hurts has topped 750 rushing yards in each of the last two seasons, averaging 51.5 rushing yards per game over that span. He plays behind one of the best offensive lines in football and can throw to three terrific targets: A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert. Hurts belongs on the top QB tier along with Josh Allen and Patrick Mahomes.
3 weeks ago
Josh Allen Note
Josh Allen photo 3. Josh Allen BUF (at MIA)
Josh Allen finished QB2 in fantasy scoring behind Patrick Mahomes last season after finishing QB1 in 2020 and 2021. Allen remains capable of putting fantasy teams on his shoulders in any given week with multi-TD spike games. He's thrown for more than 4,000 yards in three straight seasons and has finished with 35 to 37 TD passes every year during that span. Allen adds immense value with his legs. He's run for 700+ yards in each of the last two years and has had at least six TD runs in each of his five NFL seasons. Allen is likely to be one of the first three quarterbacks off the board in most 2023 fantasy drafts.
3 weeks ago
Lamar Jackson Note
Lamar Jackson photo 4. Lamar Jackson BAL (vs . PIT)
Drafters might get a slight discount on Lamar Jackson this year after a second consecutive season in which injuries limited him to 12 games. In 2021, it was bone bruise in his ankle that prematurely ended Jackson's season. In 2022, it was a sprained PCL in his knee. Jackson has been a lethal running threat throughout his career, averaging 63.4 rushing yards per game over his five NFL seasons. Jackson will be playing for new, pass-friendlier, faster-paced offensive coordinator Todd Monken after the Ravens parted ways with Greg Roman. Even with the uncertainty and the recent injuries, Jackson is still an upper-echelon fantasy quarterback capable of a QB1 finish.
3 weeks ago
Joe Burrow Note
Joe Burrow photo 5. Joe Burrow CIN (vs . CLE)
Brimming with swag and surrounded by ample pass-catching weaponry, Joe Burrow has firmly established himself as a premium fantasy quarterback. Burrow finished QB4 in fantasy scoring last season after throwing a career-high 35 TD passes. Over the last two years, Burrow has completed 69.3% of his throws, averaging 8.1 yards per attempt. He added some value with his legs in 2022, running for five touchdowns. Burrow gets to throw to the fabulous WR duo of Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins, and the Bengals have made significant investments in their offensive line. A training-camp calf injury will keep Burrow sidelined throughout fantasy draft season, but he's expected back in time for Week 1.
3 weeks ago
Justin Herbert Note
Justin Herbert photo 6. Justin Herbert LAC (vs . KC)
Justin Herbert has abundant arm talent and the mobility to add rushing value, so fantasy managers were expecting him to take another step forward last season in his third year as a starter. Instead, Herbert took a step backward, with significant declines in his yardage per game, yardage per attempt and touchdown rate. He ran for only 147 yards and didn't have a single TD run. In Herbert's defense, he gutted it out through a rib cartilage fracture sustained in an early-season Thursday-night game vs. the Chiefs, and Herbert's top two receivers, Keenan Allen and Mike Williams, both missed time with injuries. The Chargers have jettisoned oft-criticized offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi, replacing him with Kellen Moore. Herbert remains one of the toolsiest quarterbacks in the league and will likely produce much-improved fantasy numbers in 2023.
3 weeks ago
Justin Fields Note
Justin Fields photo 7. Justin Fields CHI (at GB)
Justin Fields was electric as a runner in 2022. If he can significantly boost his passing numbers in 2023, look out. Fields ran for 1,143 yards and eight touchdowns last season, averaging a league-high 7.1 yards per carry. He ran for 178 yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins in Week 9, breaking the single-game rushing record for a quarterback -- then ran for 147 yards and two touchdowns against the Lions the following week. But Fields averaged 149.5 passing yards per game and topped the 200-yard mark only twice in 2022. In his defense, Fields was saddled by a mediocre offensive line and arguably the worst WR group in the league. The Bears have already traded for WR D.J. Moore and figure to bolster their offensive line in the NFL Draft, giving Fields a chance to make the same sort of quantum leap that Jalen Hurts made in 2022.
3 weeks ago
Trevor Lawrence Note
Trevor Lawrence photo 8. Trevor Lawrence JAC (at TEN)
After a lost 2021 season under former Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer, the talented Trevor Lawrence began to blossom in 2022 under the tutelage of first-year Jags HC Doug Pederson. From 2021 to 2022, Lawrence improved his completion percentage from 59.6% to 66.3%, boosted his YPA from 5.2 to 7.3, and upped his TD rate from 2.0% to 4.3%. A willing and able runner, Lawrence had five TD runs last season. Lawrence finished QB8 in fantasy scoring in 2022, and the former No. 1 draft pick is still ascending. Invest with confidence.
3 weeks ago
Deshaun Watson Note
Deshaun Watson photo 9. Deshaun Watson CLE (at CIN)
The 2022 version of Deshaun Watson was a far cry from the early-career Watson who finished top five in QB fantasy scoring in each of his first three seasons as a starter. Amid allegations of sexual assault, Watson didn't play in 2021 and served an 11-game suspension in 2022 before making a Week 13 debut for the Browns against his old team, the Texans. Watson was predictably rusty, producing numbers befitting a fantasy backup over a small sample size. It's reasonable to assume that Watson will look at least a little more like the dynamic dual-threat QB he used to be, but it would be a leap of faith to assume that he'll be as effective as he was from 2018 to 2020.
3 weeks ago
Daniel Jones Note
Daniel Jones photo 10. Daniel Jones NYG (vs . PHI)
A mistake-prone turnover machine during his first three NFL seasons, Daniel Jones flourished in Year Four under first-year Giants head coach Brian Daboll, finishing QB9 in fantasy scoring. Jones ran for 708 yards and seven touchdowns in 2022. He averaged only 200.3 passing yards per game and threw 15 TD passes in 15 starts, but Jones didn't have much pass-catching talent at his disposal and could increase his passing output now that the Giants have added more weaponry. Jones figures to be a low-end QB1 or high-end QB2 in 2023 fantasy drafts.
3 weeks ago
Dak Prescott Note
Dak Prescott photo 11. Dak Prescott DAL (at WAS)
This seems like a crossroads year for Dak Prescott, who's coming off a forgettable 2022 campaign. Prescott finished as the QB2 in 2019, giving us a glimpse of what his fantasy ceiling looks like. But
he has missed significant time with injuries in two of the last three years, and his passing efficiency numbers are trending in the wrong direction. Prescott threw an NFL-high 15 interceptions in 2022. His 7.3 YPA was his lowest since 2017. After averaging 278.1 passing yards per game in 2021, Prescott averaged 238.3 passing yards per game in 2022. He ran for six touchdowns in each of his first three seasons but has only eight TD runs over the last four years. Consider Prescott a low-end QB1, stationed somewhere between the elite fantasy quarterbacks and the streamer class.
3 weeks ago
Tua Tagovailoa Note
Tua Tagovailoa photo 12. Tua Tagovailoa MIA (vs . BUF)
Your willingness to draft Tua Tagovailoa in 2023 will likely depend on your tolerance for risk. Tua proved himself as a passer in 2022, leading all quarterbacks in passer rating (105.5), yards per attempt (8.9) and touchdown percentage (6.3%). But Tua has to be considered a concussion risk after a season in which he twice missed games due to brain injuries. He was knocked unconscious against the Bengals in Week 4 and didn't return until Week 7. He was also placed in the concussion protocol after a Week 16 game against the Packers and missed Miami's final two games. Were it not for concussion concerns. Tua would be drafted as a top-10 quarterback as a talented young passer in an explosive Dolphins offense that features two terrific WRs in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. But with the possibility that another concussion could put Tua out of action indefinitely, it seems more sensible to regard Tua as a high-end QB2.
3 weeks ago
Kirk Cousins Note
Kirk Cousins photo 13. Kirk Cousins MIN (at DET)
Say what you will about Kirk Cousins' habit of underperforming in big games or his penchant for throwing short of the sticks in critical third- and fourth-down situations. That stuff might leave Vikings fans dismayed, but it's less concerning in the fantasy realm, where Cousins' year-to-year consistency makes him a stable and useful fantasy asset. Cousins has finished as a top-11 quarterback in each of the last three years. He finished QB7 in 2022, ranking fourth in passing yards (4,547) and tying for fifth in TD passes (29). If you miss out on the top quarterbacks, Cousins is a perfectly reasonable fallback option in the middle rounds of your draft.
3 weeks ago
Geno Smith Note
Geno Smith photo 14. Geno Smith SEA (at ARI)
In his first two seasons in the league, Geno Smith threw 25 TD passes and 34 interceptions for the Jets, earning a reputation for being a second-round draft bust. Smith waited seven years to get another crack at being a full-time starter and thrived in that role with the Seahawks, throwing for 4,282 yards and 30 touchdowns, leading the NFL in completion percentage (69.8%) and winning the Comeback Player of the Year award. Smith finished QB5 in fantasy scoring in 2022, and though it wouldn't be wise to bet on a repeat, a low-end QB1 or high-end QB2 finish is a reasonable expectation.
3 weeks ago
Anthony Richardson Note
Anthony Richardson photo 15. Anthony Richardson IND (vs . HOU)
Anthony Richardson might have the highest ceiling of the three quarterbacks taken in the first round of this year's NFL Draft. The 6-4, 235-pound Richardson has ideal size, a rocket for his arm and eye-opening running ability -- all of which was on full display at this year's NFL Scouting Combine, where Richardson tested like Superman. But Richardson was a starter for only one of his three seasons at the University of Florida, and after completing only 53.8% of his passes in 2022, there are questions about his accuracy. Richardson landed in a good spot with the Colts, where he'll work under new head coach Shane Steichen, who helped develop Jalen Hurts in Philadelphia and Justin Herbert in Los Angeles. Richardson can tide over his fantasy managers with rushing production while his passing skills are developing.
3 weeks ago
Aaron Rodgers Note
Aaron Rodgers photo 16. Aaron Rodgers NYJ (at NE)
It will be strange to see Aaron Rodgers wearing a different shade of green now that he's moved from the Packers to the Jets. The 39-year-old Rodgers still makes some dazzling throws, but he experienced some statistical slippage in 2022. He threw only 26 TD passes, and his 12 interceptions were the most he'd thrown in a season since 2008. He averaged 6.8 yards per pass attempt, the second-lowest mark of his 15 years as a starter. Rodgers' days as a QB1 may be over. He finished QB13 in fantasy scoring last season, but he was QB21 in fantasy points per game among QBs who played at least 10 games. Don't make the mistake of buying Rodgers based solely on the name brand. It's possible the change of venue will rekindle interest in Favre, but the Jets' defense is one of the best in the league, so Rodgers isn't going to be involved in a lot of shootouts and may end up being a glorified game manager in 2023.
3 weeks ago
Jared Goff Note
Jared Goff photo 17. Jared Goff DET (vs . MIN)
After disappointing seasons with the Rams in 2019 and 2020, then a lackluster first season with the Lions in 2021, Jared Goff turned in a solid year for Detroit in 2022, throwing for 4,438 yards and 29 touchdowns, good for a QB10 finish in fantasy scoring. Goff thrived under first-year Lions offensive coordinator Ben Johnson, who'll announced that he'll be back as Detroit's OC after getting some head-coach buzz at the end of the regular season. Goff will also have some exciting pass catchers to work with in WRs Amon-Ra St. Brown and rookie RB Jahmyr Gibbs, along with WR Jameson Williams after he serves a six-game gambling suspension.
3 weeks ago
Russell Wilson Note
Russell Wilson photo 18. Russell Wilson DEN (at LV)
Plagued by subpar QB play for years, the Broncos viewed Russell Wilson as a potential savior and gave up a bevy of draft capital to acquire him. Wilson's first year in Denver was bitterly disappointing, as he turned in the worst season of his 11-year career, with career lows in completion percentage (60.5%), passer rating (84.4) and touchdown passes (16), and a career high in sacks (55). Once a dangerous runner, Wilson doesn't run as much these days, and he doesn't escape pressure as easily. It's possible that this accomplished passer has a bounce-back season in 2023 under the tutelage of Sean Payton, but we can't assume that the 34-year-old Wilson will return to something close to vintage form. Approach with caution.
3 weeks ago
Kenny Pickett Note
Kenny Pickett photo 19. Kenny Pickett PIT (at BAL)
The first quarterback taken in the 2022 NFL Draft, Kenny Pickett had mixed results in his rookie season, averaging 184.9 passing yards per game and 6.2 yards per attempt, and throwing more interceptions (9) than touchdowns (7). Pickett did get less interception-prone and sack-prone as the season went on, and he guided the Steelers to victory in his final three starts. We should probably expect more below-average passing numbers from Pickett in 2023, but he offers value as a runner, having run for 237 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie.
3 weeks ago
Derek Carr Note
Derek Carr photo 20. Derek Carr NO (vs . ATL)
The nine-year veteran is now on the Saints and will be suiting up for a team other than the Silver and Black for the first time in his career. There were some concerning signs of slippage for Carr in 2022. His interception rate (2.8%) was the highest of his career, and his completion percentage (60.8%) was the lowest since his rookie year. He averaged 7.0 yards per attempt, a five-year low. Carr doesn't add rushing value, so his fantasy value will depend on his ability to rebound from a down year as a passer.
3 weeks ago
Brock Purdy Note
Brock Purdy photo 21. Brock Purdy SF (vs . LAR)
The last pick of the 2022 NFL Draft, Brock Purdy was hardly "Mr. Irrelevant" as a rookie. After Trey Lance and Jimmy Garoppolo sustained season-ending injuries, the 49ers turned to Purdy as their starter, and he obliged with smart, mistake-free football, guiding the 49ers all the way to the NFL Championship Game before a torn UCL ended his season and torpedoed the 49ers' title hopes. The 49ers traded up to draft Lance No. 3 overall in 2021, but head coach Kyle Shanahan could decide that Purdy is simply a better distributor and a better candidate to fully leverage San Francisco's abundant skill-position talent. In fact, Purdy is considered the favorite to be the 49ers' Week 1 starter.
3 weeks ago
Jordan Love Note
Jordan Love photo 22. Jordan Love GB (vs . CHI)
With Aaron Rodgers now with the Jets, Love is expected to become the Packers' starter in 2023 after a three-year apprenticeship. There's precious little to go on here, as Love has made one career start (which didn't go very well) and has attempted just 83 passes since entering the league in 2020. Love has a live arm and above-average mobility, so he has the potential to surprise, but given the lack of data to go on with Love, there's bust potential here, too.
3 weeks ago
Matthew Stafford Note
Matthew Stafford photo 23. Matthew Stafford LAR (at SF)
After leading the Rams to a championship two seasons ago, Matthew Stafford struggled through the first nine games of 2022 before a spinal cord contusion ended his season. In 2021, Stafford averaged 287.4 passing yards per game and threw for 41 touchdowns. Last year, he averaged 231.9 passing yards and threw for 10 touchdowns. Stafford has become increasingly interception-prone in his twilight years, with 25 INTs in his last 26 regular-season games. The 35-year-old Stafford might have fuel left in the tank, but the red flags in his statistical profile make him a low-end QB2 for 2023.
3 weeks ago
Sam Howell Note
Sam Howell photo 24. Sam Howell WAS (vs . DAL)
Sam Howell rode the bench for the first 16 games of his rookie year before the Commanders gave him a Week 18 start. Howell was functional if unspectacular, completing 11-of-19 passes for 169 yards, one touchdown and one interception in a 26-6 win over Dallas. Commanders head coach Ron Rivera says Howell has a chance to open the 2023 season as Washington's starting quarterback. A fifth-round draft pick in 2022, Howell had strong freshman and sophomore seasons at the University of North Carolina before regressing somewhat in his third and final year. Howell doesn't have exceptional arm talent, but his above-average mobility could boost his fantasy value.
3 weeks ago
Bryce Young Note
Bryce Young photo 25. Bryce Young CAR (vs . TB)
The No. 1 pick in this year's NFL Draft, Alabama product Bryce Young is a pinpoint passer with a strong arm, quick release and the sort of field-reading ability that will endear him to Panthers head coach Frank Reich. Young is agile, but he isn't going to add a great deal of fantasy value with his legs. The biggest concern with Young is his small frame. He's listed at 5-10, 204, but he might play at under 200 pounds. Young is a good bet to be the Panthers' Week 1 starter and might be able to provide fantasy managers with midrange or low-end QB2 value.
3 weeks ago
Ryan Tannehill Note
Ryan Tannehill photo 26. Ryan Tannehill TEN (vs . JAC)
Now in the twilight of his career, Tannehill should be considered a functional game manager with limited fantasy appeal. Tannehill finished as a top-12 QB in 2020 and 2021, but he boosted his fantasy value with seven TD runs in each of those two seasons, and we can't count on that sort of rushing production from a quarterback who'll be entering his age-35 season and had only two TD runs last season. Tannehill also has rookie QB Will Levis looking his shoulder, and it's possible the Titans could make a QB change at some point, particularly if they fall out of the playoff hunt. But the arrival of WR DeAndre Hopkins gives Tannehill a credible group of pass catchers and could help him earn QB2 value.
3 weeks ago
Mac Jones Note
Mac Jones photo 27. Mac Jones NE (vs . NYJ)
After finishing runner-up in the Offensive Rookie of the Year balloting in 2021, Mac Jones regressed slightly in his second NFL season, with slight dips in yards per attempt, completion percentage and TD rate. Jones averaged 214.1 yards per game, with 14 TD passes and 11 INTs in 14 games. Jones offers little value as a runner, and he might already be near his ceiling as a passer. Consider Jones a fantasy backup whose primary value is that he seems entrenched as New England's starter for at least one more season, barring a challenge from young backup Bailey Zappe.
3 weeks ago
Jimmy Garoppolo Note
Jimmy Garoppolo photo 28. Jimmy Garoppolo LV (vs . DEN)
Jimmy Garoppolo was averaging 16.7 fantasy points per game through the first 12 weeks of the 2022 season before breaking his foot in a Week 13 game against the Dolphins. The injury ended Garoppolo's season and ended his time with the 49ers. Now Garoppolo is replacing Derek Carr as the starting quarterback for the Raiders. He isn't going to be a high-volume passer in Las Vegas, and he adds minimal rushing value, so at best Garoppolo will be a lower-end QB2 in fantasy this year. But Garoppolo is an underrated passer who's completed better than 67% of his passes in each of the last four seasons and has a career YPA of 8.3 yards. He's no fantasy savior, but he has at least modest value in redraft leagues.
3 weeks ago
C.J. Stroud Note
C.J. Stroud photo 29. C.J. Stroud HOU (at IND)
The second overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, C.J. Stroud is a mature passer with a strong, accurate arm. Stroud isn't a running QB, but nor is he a statue in the pocket -- he has functional mobility to avoid sacks. Stroud won't have an abundance of pass-catching talent to help him through his rookie year with the Texans, so don't expect a great deal of fantasy value from the former Buckeye in Year 1.
3 weeks ago
Kyler Murray Note
Kyler Murray photo 30. Kyler Murray ARI (vs . SEA)
Kyler Murray will pose an interesting dilemma for fantasy drafters in 2023. A dangerous dual-threat QB who's averaged 21.2 fantasy points over 57 NFL starts, Murray tore his ACL on Dec. 12 and may not be ready for the start of the season, so his recovery will have to be monitored closely over the summer. Murray regressed as a passer in 2022, averaging just 6.1 yards per attempt. But Murray finished QB2 in fantasy scoring in 2020, and at his best he's a difference-making quarterback who can rack up fantasy points with both his arm and his legs.
3 weeks ago
Desmond Ridder Note
Desmond Ridder photo 31. Desmond Ridder ATL (at NO)
The Falcons didn't make any significant moves at quarterback during the offseason, so Ridder is expected to remain Atlanta's starter. He was predictably uneven in his four regular-season starts as a rookie, completing 63.2% of his passes, averaging 6.2 yards per attempts, and throwing two TD passes and zero interceptions. But Ridder is a good runner, and his ability to contribute with his legs makes him a potentially stream-worthy quarterback for 2023.
3 weeks ago
Baker Mayfield Note
Baker Mayfield photo 32. Baker Mayfield TB (at CAR)
After four mostly disappointing seasons with the Browns, Baker Mayfield split his 2022 season between the Panthers and Rams. His tenure in Carolina went poorly, but Mayfield acquitted himself well in four late-season starts for the Rams, particularly in light of how thin the Rams were at wide receiver after a season-ending injury to Cooper Kupp. Mayfield is the favorite to start Week 1 for his new team, the Buccaneers, although he could be challenged by Kyle Trask. For fantasy purposes, Mayfield is only a consideration in 2QB, superflex or extremely deep 1QB leagues.
3 weeks ago
Jacoby Brissett Note
Jacoby Brissett photo 33. Jacoby Brissett WAS (vs . DAL)
Will Levis Note
Will Levis photo 34. Will Levis TEN (vs . JAC)
Rookie Will Levis has immense potential but might need a few years before he's ready to fulfill it. Expected to be drafted in the first round but instead selected early in the second, Levis has prototypical size (6-3, 232 pounds), a cannon arm and dynamic rushing ability. But Levis is coming off a somewhat disappointing final college season at Kentucky, and he's expected to serve an apprenticeship behind incumbent Titans starter Ryan Tannehill in his first NFL season.
5 weeks ago
Trey Lance Note
Trey Lance photo 35. Trey Lance DAL (at WAS)
Kyle Trask Note
Kyle Trask photo 36. Kyle Trask TB (at CAR)
Joshua Dobbs Note
Joshua Dobbs photo 37. Joshua Dobbs ARI (vs . SEA)
Sam Darnold Note
Sam Darnold photo 38. Sam Darnold SF (vs . LAR)
The third overall pick of the 2018 draft, Sam Darnold probably won't ever live up to the expectations he carried coming out of USC, but a move to San Francisco makes him an intriguing backup for the 49ers and their high-powered offense. Darnold gave the Panthers some spurts of functionality over the last two years. His career passing numbers aren't particularly impressive, but he's been surprisingly effective as a runner, with 328 rushing yards and seven TD runs in 18 games over the last two years.
3 weeks ago
Clayton Tune Note
Clayton Tune photo 39. Clayton Tune ARI (vs . SEA)
Taylor Heinicke Note
Taylor Heinicke photo 40. Taylor Heinicke ATL (at NO)
Gardner Minshew II Note
Gardner Minshew II photo 41. Gardner Minshew II IND (vs . HOU)
Mike White Note
Mike White photo 42. Mike White MIA (vs . BUF)
Jameis Winston Note
Jameis Winston photo 43. Jameis Winston NO (vs . ATL)
Jameis Winston started the first three games of 2022 for the Saints, sustained four fractures in his back in Week 4, and then was never reinstated as the starter even after his back had healed. The 29-year-old has a strong arm and 80 NFL starts under his belt, but it appears Winston is destined for backup duty again now that the Saints have added Derek Carr.
26 weeks ago
Tyler Huntley Note
Tyler Huntley photo 44. Tyler Huntley BAL (vs . PIT)
Jarrett Stidham Note
Jarrett Stidham photo 45. Jarrett Stidham DEN (at LV)
Aidan O'Connell Note
Aidan O'Connell photo 46. Aidan O'Connell LV (vs . DEN)
Andy Dalton Note
Andy Dalton photo 47. Andy Dalton CAR (vs . TB)
Zach Wilson Note
Zach Wilson photo 48. Zach Wilson NYJ (at NE)
Zach Wilson is coming off a disastrous 2022 season in which he completed 54.5% of his passes, threw more interceptions (7) than TD passes (6), and lost four of his last five starts. The Jets viewed Wilson as their quarterback of the future after drafting him No. 2 overall in 2021, but it's now he's ticketed for a backup role. Wilson has NFL-caliber arm talent and above-average mobility, so it's too early to completely slam the door on him, but Wilson's future is very uncertain.
26 weeks ago
Davis Mills Note
Davis Mills photo 49. Davis Mills HOU (at IND)
Stetson Bennett Note
Stetson Bennett photo 50. Stetson Bennett LAR (at SF)
Marcus Mariota Note
Marcus Mariota photo 51. Marcus Mariota PHI (at NYG)
Malik Willis Note
Malik Willis photo 52. Malik Willis TEN (vs . JAC)
Bailey Zappe Note
Bailey Zappe photo 53. Bailey Zappe NE (vs . NYJ)
Mitch Trubisky Note
Mitch Trubisky photo 54. Mitch Trubisky PIT (at BAL)
Tyrod Taylor Note
Tyrod Taylor photo 55. Tyrod Taylor NYG (vs . PHI)
Brian Hoyer Note
Brian Hoyer photo 56. Brian Hoyer LV (vs . DEN)
Cooper Rush Note
Cooper Rush photo 57. Cooper Rush DAL (at WAS)
Dorian Thompson-Robinson Note
Dorian Thompson-Robinson photo 58. Dorian Thompson-Robinson CLE (at CIN)
Teddy Bridgewater Note
Teddy Bridgewater photo 59. Teddy Bridgewater DET (vs . MIN)
Drew Lock Note
Drew Lock photo 60. Drew Lock SEA (at ARI)
Kyle Allen Note
Kyle Allen photo 61. Kyle Allen BUF (at MIA)
Nick Mullens Note
Nick Mullens photo 62. Nick Mullens MIN (at DET)
C.J. Beathard Note
C.J. Beathard photo 63. C.J. Beathard JAC (at TEN)
Blaine Gabbert Note
Blaine Gabbert photo 64. Blaine Gabbert KC (at LAC)
Sean Clifford Note
Sean Clifford photo 65. Sean Clifford GB (vs . CHI)
Tyson Bagent Note
Tyson Bagent photo 66. Tyson Bagent CHI (at GB)
Colt McCoy Note
Colt McCoy photo 67. Colt McCoy FA (BYE)
Easton Stick Note
Easton Stick photo 68. Easton Stick LAC (vs . KC)
Carson Wentz Note
Carson Wentz photo 69. Carson Wentz FA (BYE)
Matt Corral Note
Matt Corral photo 70. Matt Corral FA (BYE)
Case Keenum Note
Case Keenum photo 71. Case Keenum HOU (at IND)
Jake Browning Note
Jake Browning photo 72. Jake Browning CIN (vs . CLE)
Hendon Hooker Note
Hendon Hooker photo 73. Hendon Hooker DET (vs . MIN)
Skylar Thompson Note
Skylar Thompson photo 74. Skylar Thompson MIA (vs . BUF)
Tanner McKee Note
Tanner McKee photo 75. Tanner McKee PHI (at NYG)
Jake Haener Note
Jake Haener photo 76. Jake Haener NO (vs . ATL)
Mason Rudolph Note
Mason Rudolph photo 77. Mason Rudolph PIT (at BAL)
Jaren Hall Note
Jaren Hall photo 78. Jaren Hall MIN (at DET)
Malik Cunningham Note
Malik Cunningham photo 79. Malik Cunningham NE (vs . NYJ)
Trevor Siemian Note
Trevor Siemian photo 80. Trevor Siemian FA (BYE)
PJ Walker Note
PJ Walker photo 81. PJ Walker CLE (at CIN)
Sam Ehlinger Note
Sam Ehlinger photo 82. Sam Ehlinger IND (vs . HOU)
Collin Hill Note
Collin Hill photo 83. Collin Hill FA (BYE)
Matt Ryan Note
Matt Ryan photo 84. Matt Ryan FA (BYE)
Nathan Peterman Note
Nathan Peterman photo 85. Nathan Peterman FA (BYE)
Brandon Allen Note
Brandon Allen photo 86. Brandon Allen SF (vs . LAR)
 photo 87. (BYE)
Jeff Driskel Note
Jeff Driskel photo 88. Jeff Driskel ARI (vs . SEA)
Brett Rypien Note
Brett Rypien photo 89. Brett Rypien LAR (at SF)
John Wolford Note
John Wolford photo 90. John Wolford TB (at CAR)
Feleipe Franks Note
Feleipe Franks photo 91. Feleipe Franks ATL (at NO)
Logan Woodside Note
Logan Woodside photo 92. Logan Woodside ATL (at NO)
Ben DiNucci Note
Ben DiNucci photo 93. Ben DiNucci DEN (at LV)
Will Grier Note
Will Grier photo 94. Will Grier CIN (vs . CLE)
Josh Johnson Note
Josh Johnson photo 95. Josh Johnson BAL (vs . PIT)
David Blough Note
David Blough photo 96. David Blough DET (vs . MIN)
Matt Barkley Note
Matt Barkley photo 97. Matt Barkley BUF (at MIA)
Nick Foles Note
Nick Foles photo 98. Nick Foles FA (BYE)
Tim Boyle Note
Tim Boyle photo 99. Tim Boyle NYJ (at NE)
Jake Fromm Note
Jake Fromm photo 100. Jake Fromm WAS (vs . DAL)
Danny Etling Note
Danny Etling photo 101. Danny Etling FA (BYE)
Nathan Rourke Note
Nathan Rourke photo 102. Nathan Rourke JAC (at TEN)
Chris Oladokun Note
Chris Oladokun photo 103. Chris Oladokun KC (at LAC)
Max Duggan Note
Max Duggan photo 104. Max Duggan LAC (vs . KC)
Shane Buechele Note
Shane Buechele photo 105. Shane Buechele BUF (at MIA)
Holton Ahlers Note
Holton Ahlers photo 106. Holton Ahlers FA (BYE)
Tommy DeVito Note
Tommy DeVito photo 107. Tommy DeVito NYG (vs . PHI)
Alex McGough Note
Alex McGough photo 108. Alex McGough GB (vs . CHI)
Anthony Brown Note
Anthony Brown photo 109. Anthony Brown FA (BYE)
Kellen Mond Note
Kellen Mond photo 110. Kellen Mond FA (BYE)
Ian Book Note
Ian Book photo 111. Ian Book FA (BYE)
Jake Luton Note
Jake Luton photo 112. Jake Luton CAR (vs . TB)
Chris Streveler Note
Chris Streveler photo 113. Chris Streveler FA (BYE)
Trace McSorley Note
Trace McSorley photo 114. Trace McSorley FA (BYE)
Chase Garbers Note
Chase Garbers photo 115. Chase Garbers FA (BYE)
Reid Sinnett Note
Reid Sinnett photo 116. Reid Sinnett FA (BYE)