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Week 1 Rankings

Patrick Mahomes II Note
Patrick Mahomes II photo 1. Patrick Mahomes II KC (vs . DET)
Last year, Mahomes did Mahomes things as usual. He was second in passing grade, third in yards per attempt, second in adjusted completion rate, and second in CPOE on deep throws. If you drafted Mahomes, you are starting him weekly. No matter what. Detroit's pass defense was wretched last season, no matter how you slice it. They gave up the third-most passing yards, ninth-most passing yards, and second-highest yards per attempt. They particularly loved utilizing man coverage, with the third-most passing attempts defended in man (per Fantasy Points Data). Their top three corners in coverage snaps last year operated in man on 39.9-41.7% of their coverage snaps. With the arrival of Emmanuel Moseley and Cameron Sutton, we should see more zone coverage for Detroit this year, but they were both strong in man as well. Moseley and Sutton allowed 57.1% and 47.1% catch rates in man last season. Mahomes can shred man or zone equally, as he ranked fourth and third in EPA per play against each coverage type last season. Mahomes is a top-five quarterback option weekly.
23 weeks ago
Jalen Hurts Note
Jalen Hurts photo 2. Jalen Hurts PHI (at NE)
Lamar Jackson Note
Lamar Jackson photo 3. Lamar Jackson BAL (vs . HOU)
The Lamar Jackson revenge tour starts now. Lamar has a strong track record of coming out the gates blazing hot in Week 1 contests. Over his last four home openers, Jackson has posted point totals of 31, 27.5, 32.3 and 43. With Monken calling the shots and healthy legitimate WRs at his disposal, I don't see how the Houston Texans slow down the Ravens' dual-threat quarterback.
23 weeks ago
Josh Allen Note
Josh Allen photo 4. Josh Allen BUF (at NYJ)
Allen might not be completely matchup-proof, but he's certainly matchup-resistant. Allen can hurt defenses with his arm and his legs, so he has "outs," as they say in poker - Allen has more than one possible path to success. That said, this is a rough matchup. The Jets' pass defense ranked sixth in DVOA last year and allowed the ninth-fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks. In two games against the Jets last season, Allen completed 34-of-61 passes (55.7%) for 352 yards (5.8 YPA), with one touchdown and two interceptions. Yuck. However, Allen found an "out" in those two games against the Jets, rushing for 133 yards and three touchdowns. The concern is that if Allen doesn't produce good rushing numbers, he probably won't give his investors many fantasy points, because it's hard to imagine anyone torching the Jets for 300-plus yards and three TD passes. You're starting Allen, of course, but he's more of a midrange QB1 this week than a slam-dunk top-three QB option.
23 weeks ago
Justin Herbert Note
Justin Herbert photo 5. Justin Herbert LAC (vs . MIA)
Herbert presents an incredible value in 2023, coming in at a discounted price in season-long fantasy drafts. Last season, he faced numerous challenges that impacted his performance, from injuries to key players like Keenan Allen and Mike Williams to a rib injury of his own and an aDOT of 6.9, the third-lowest among QBs. These factors, mostly out of his control, have kept his price low this year. However, the tide has turned as all his weapons are now healthy, with the addition of first-round pick Quentin Johnston, and Kellen Moore taking over as the offensive play caller. Let's not forget that only Josh Allen outscored Herbert in fantasy points in 2021. Moreover, his Week 1 matchup against a banged-up Miami Dolphins secondary, missing star cornerback Jalen Ramsey, is highly favorable. The only caveat might be his history against Vic Fangio's defenses, where he's had a few subpar outings. But with his newfound support and improved health, Herbert is poised for a strong start to the 2023 season. Locked-and-loaded fantasy QB1 with No. 1 overall upside in Week 1. He shredded the 2022 Dolphins personnel for a season-high 367 passing yards in Week 14 last season.
23 weeks ago
Justin Fields Note
Justin Fields photo 6. Justin Fields CHI (vs . GB)
With some injuries hitting the Bears' offensive line during the preseason - no Teven Jenkins and Cody Whitehair moving from center to guard - expect the Packers to make life tough on the Bears offense and Justin Fields in Week 1. They finished 8th in pressure rate last season. Against starting Bears QB Justin Fields - who has a propensity to take sacks - Green Bay's defense has scored 9, 10 and 15 fantasy points in their three previous matchups versus Chicago under current defensive coordinator, Joe Barry. Fields was pressured on 40% of his dropbacks versus Green Bay in 2022, posting 0-3 TD-INT ratio. The Bears QB will likely be fine with his own rushing added to his fantasy profile, but I'd hardly say this is the spot or game where we see Fields' massive NFL leap as a passer.
23 weeks ago
Trevor Lawrence Note
Trevor Lawrence photo 7. Trevor Lawrence JAC (at IND)
The arrow continues to point up for Lawrence, one of the best young quarterbacks in the game. After a nightmarish rookie season during Urban Meyer's turbulent reign as the Jaguars' head coach, Lawrence flourished last season under new head coach Doug Pederson, throwing for 4,113 yards and 25 touchdowns. And finishing seventh in the MVP balloting. T-Law has a shiny new toy to play with: WR Calvin Ridley, whose route-running ability drew oohs and ahs from onlookers throughout training camp. Lawrence averaged 17.9 fantasy points per game last season, and as he continues to improve, there's no reason he can't hit 20 points per game in his third year as a starter. Play him with confidence against the Colts.
23 weeks ago
Joe Burrow Note
Joe Burrow photo 8. Joe Burrow CIN (at CLE)
Typically, there isn't much to think about when Joe Burrow is quarterbacking your fantasy team. You simply throw him into your starting lineup and feel good about having him there. Burrow isn't quite a no-brainer play this week, considering that he's coming back from a calf injury that forced him to miss nearly all of training camp and also has a tricky Week 1 matchup against the Browns in Cleveland. The calf injury will probably keep Burrow from doing much running. As one of the best pure passers in the league, Burrow is capable of doing major damage with his arm, but the Cleveland pass defense is formidable. The Browns' pass defense ranked 12th in DVOA last season and allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing QBs. In his two games against the Browns last season, Burrow averaged 235.5 passing yards, throwing for under 240 yards in both games, and had four TD passes and two interceptions. You're almost certainly going to start Burrow this week unless you're in a six-team fantasy league, but this doesn't set up as a smash game for Cincinnati's swaggy QB.
23 weeks ago
Tua Tagovailoa Note
Tua Tagovailoa photo 9. Tua Tagovailoa MIA (at LAC)
I haven't been the biggest Tua Tagovailoa-stan throughout the draft process, citing his lack of mobility as a major red flag for his fantasy football ceiling/floor projection. However, I can acknowledge that the Dolphins southpaw can deliver spike weeks with two of the fastest WRs in the league vacuuming up nearly half of his pass attempts. But I am not so sure that this is one of those smash spots for Miami's QB1. Last year when facing Brandon Staley's defense, Tagovailoa posted his worst completion percentage (36%) of the 2022 season. Considering this uber-talented defensive roster is healthy entering the start of the season - usually not the case if you have followed the Chargers' injury-plagued luck throughout the years - Miami's offense might be more underwhelming than most are anticipatinh given the game's high projected total for Vegas. If you drafted Tua Tagovailoa, you are probably starting him. But I wouldn't anticipate one of his monster performances that will be fantasy QB1-worthy. Tagovailoa only scored 20-plus fantasy points in four of his 15 games played last season.
23 weeks ago
Geno Smith Note
Geno Smith photo 10. Geno Smith SEA (vs . LAR)
Geno Smith is an overlooked gem for Week 1 of the 2023 NFL fantasy season. The Seahawks quarterback averaged an impressive 19.4 fantasy points per game last season, tied for 6th in the league. Seattle boasts a strong implied team total (25.5) against the completely overhauled Rams defense, which ranks 32nd in secondary per PFF. With youth and growing pains on the Rams' side, Smith, as a 5-point home favorite, is set to shine. He's had success against the Rams in the past, averaging nearly 22 fantasy points per game last year, making him a solid option to start, especially if Jaxon Smith-Njigba is unavailable. Double stacking Smith with D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett could pay big dividends in DFS formats. If you landed Smith as your late-round drafted QB, you are in good hands for Week 1.
23 weeks ago
Kirk Cousins Note
Kirk Cousins photo 11. Kirk Cousins MIN (vs . TB)
A metronome of fantasy production, Cousins has finished QB11, QB11 and QB7 in fantasy scoring over the past three seasons. His Week 1 matchup against the Buccaneers appears neutral, but there are a couple of factors that make Cousins an appealing Week 1 play. First, the Vikings might not be able to lean on their running game now that Alexander Mattison is replacing Dalvin Cook as the starter, backed up by an unproven group of RBs. Second, the Vikings will be at home, and weather won't be a factor in their domed environs. Consider Captain Kirk a low-end QB1.
23 weeks ago
Dak Prescott Note
Dak Prescott photo 12. Dak Prescott DAL (at NYG)
Deshaun Watson Note
Deshaun Watson photo 13. Deshaun Watson CLE (vs . CIN)
When the curtain lifts on the 2023 season, will we see the Deshaun Watson who was a top-five fantasy QB in each of his three full seasons as a starter with the Texans, or the Deshaun Watson who was thoroughly unimpressive in six late-season starts for the Browns last year? Logic suggests that we should lean toward the larger sample size as the better predictor of future performance, but it would be hard to fault anyone who insisted on getting a "show me" game from Watson before plugging him into a lineup or using him in DFS. Watson will face a Bengals pass defense that had the third-best opponent passer rating and allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks last season. Consider Watson a high-end QB2 this week.
23 weeks ago
Jared Goff Note
Jared Goff photo 14. Jared Goff DET (at KC)
If you punted quarterback in your drafts or are in the QB streaming business this year, Goff should be a high-priority target for you in Week 1. While Kansas City allowed the seventh-lowest yards per attempt last year, they were putrid in numerous other pass-defense categories. The Chiefs were 20th in pass defense DVOA while allowing the most fantasy points to quarterbacks in the red zone and the most passing touchdowns in the NFL. Add on top of this that they will be missing Chris Jones and lost Frank Clark in the offseason, so pay no attention to their fifth ranking in pressure rate last year. Goff should have plenty of time in the pocket. After the Lions went up-tempo in his final five games last season, Goff was shredding defenses. He ranked third in passing grade, 12th in yards per attempt, and fifth in adjusted completion rate. Goff is a strong QB2 that can finish as a QB1 this week.
24 weeks ago
Daniel Jones Note
Daniel Jones photo 15. Daniel Jones NYG (vs . DAL)
Anthony Richardson Note
Anthony Richardson photo 16. Anthony Richardson IND (vs . JAC)
The fourth overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, Richardson is being handed the keys to the Colts' offense without a watch-and-learn period. The rookie has a big-time arm, but Richardson was only a starter for one season at the University of Florida, so it might take time for him to become even an adequate NFL passer. Richardson's rushing is another story, however. That figures to be where Richardson derives much of his fantasy value early in his pro career. The 6-4, 244-pound Richardson has 4.43 speed and ran for nine TDs in his final college season with the Gators. Shane Steichen, the Colts' new head coach, was the Eagles offensive coordinator for the past two years and helped develop QB Jalen Hurts. In Hurts' first season as a starter in 2021, Steichen went extremely run-heavy. From Week 6 on, that Eagles team ran the ball on 56% of its offensive snaps. Hurts averaged a modest 209.6 passing yards per game that year and threw 16 TD passes in 15 starts, but he also averaged 52.3 rushing yards per game and ran for 10 touchdowns. I think we could see something similar with Richardson this year. There's a wide range of possible outcomes for Richardson in Week 1, and his Week 1 output will probably depend heavily on his rushing totals. Play it conservatively and regard Richardson as a midrange QB2 for Week 1.
23 weeks ago
Russell Wilson Note
Russell Wilson photo 17. Russell Wilson DEN (vs . LV)
There were not a lot of positive takeaways from Russell Wilson's 2022 season. Except for his two matchups versus the Las Vegas Raiders, when he posted solid numbers. His highest scoring fantasy game came in Week 4 versus Las Vegas (26.5 fantasy points). The second matchup wasn't as great statistically for fantasy, but he still tossed for 247 yards and completed a season-high 77% of his passes. Wilson can beat this Raiders defense, especially when they are trotting out the likes of Marcus Peters and third-round rookie, Jakorian Bennett, as their two starting CBs. Las Vegas ranked 31st in pass defense DVOA in 2022, so Wilson should be able to start the season off on the right foot as a high-end fantasy QB2 in Sean Payton's debut as Denver's head coach.
23 weeks ago
Aaron Rodgers Note
Aaron Rodgers photo 18. Aaron Rodgers NYJ (vs . BUF)
Derek Carr Note
Derek Carr photo 19. Derek Carr NO (vs . TEN)
Making his debut as a Saint, Carr gets a juicy matchup against a flammable Titans pass defense that gave up 19.0 fantasy points per game to opposing QBs last year and ranked 28th in DVOA. Granted, Tennessee had major injury problems this year, but it's nevertheless hard to see this as anything but a good matchup for Carr. As of now, oft-injured Saints WR Michael Thomas is healthy, so Carr will have a nice pair of pass catchers in Thomas and talented second-year man Chris Olave. Carr has sneaky appeal in redraft leagues and DFS for Week 1. Consider him a high-end QB2.
23 weeks ago
Sam Howell Note
Sam Howell photo 20. Sam Howell WAS (vs . ARI)
The second-year man out of UNC impressed over the summer and preseason contests to earn the starting job in the nation's capital. I for one, am not too surprised considering every time Howell has gotten an opportunity to play, he has performed well. During the preseason, he completed 76% of his passes for 265 yards and 3 TDs. Good for an impressive 122.0 passer rating. And during his Week 18 start last year, Howell was equally as effective. Averaged 8.8 yards per attempt with two TDs (one passing, one rushing) and 35 yards on the ground to boot. Again, his early success is not surprising to any that followed his college profile. When he had legitimate NFL talent around him at North Carolina back in 2020, he finished as the nation's sixth highest-graded quarterback (92.3) and fourth-best deep passer (98.0). Howell's got all the tools to be a fantasy-friendly quarterback, and there's no better spot for him to be in than against a lowly Arizona Cardinals defense that is playing for the 2024 season. They boast PFF"s 32nd-ranked defensive line and 29th-ranked secondary. This defense is potentially WORSE than it was last season, when it was a consensus bottom-10 unit in most metrics, "highlighted" by allowing the league's second-highest passer rating.
23 weeks ago
Jordan Love Note
Jordan Love photo 21. Jordan Love GB (at CHI)
Love is a last-resort streaming quarterback in Week 1 against the Chicago Bears as a floor play. Chicago's defense has made upgrades on the personnel side to improve from their 32nd DVOA ranking from a season ago. But it remains to be seen how quickly those improvements will take shape, giving Love and company an opportunity to take advantage. The Bears have the 31st-ranked DL per PFF due to a severe lack of pass-rush juice, which should allow Love ample time in the pocket to get the ball to his flurry of young playmakers. Unfortunately, Christian Watson will miss, limiting Love's upside. 
23 weeks ago
Kenny Pickett Note
Kenny Pickett photo 22. Kenny Pickett PIT (vs . SF)
Preseason results should be taken with a grain of salt, but it's still worth noting that Pickett was razor-sharp in exhibition games last month, completing 13-of-15 passes (86.7%) for 199 yards (13.3 YPA), with two TD passes and no interceptions. Still, it's hard to get on board with Pickett as a fantasy option this week against a rugged San Francisco defense that allowed only 13.6 fantasy points per game to opposing QBs last year. Keep the second-year signal caller on your bench this week.
23 weeks ago
Brock Purdy Note
Brock Purdy photo 23. Brock Purdy SF (at PIT)
It's hard to tell what to make of Purdy's fantasy outlook for 2023. He was the steady hand the 49ers needed at quarterback last season after Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance went down with injuries, throwing two or more TD passes in each of the Niners' last six regular-season games. But Purdy also benefited from a pillowy-soft schedule. He didn't face a defense that ranked better than 13th in DVOA against the pass after taking over at QB. Then he ran into a good Cowboys defense in the playoffs and had 214 passing yards and zero touchdowns. Statistically, the Pittsburgh defense was average vs. the pass last year, but it got better as the season went on, particularly after edge rusher extraordinaire T.J. Watt returned from an injury at midseason. One other concern for Purdy is that TE George Kittle, who's exceptional as both a pass catcher and blocker, is dealing with a groin injury that has him questionable for Week 1. Fade Purdy this week in fantasy.
23 weeks ago
Matthew Stafford Note
Matthew Stafford photo 24. Matthew Stafford LAR (at SEA)
Stafford threw just 10 TDs in nine games played last season. He averaged fewer than 13 fantasy points per game. Worse than Andy Dalton and Davis Mills. As a non-mobile quarterback, Stafford needs to hit on TD efficiency to pay off in fantasy football. Considering he could be without his No. 1 WR, Cooper Kupp, Stafford cannot be started in Week 1 versus the Seahawks.
24 weeks ago
Baker Mayfield Note
Baker Mayfield photo 25. Baker Mayfield TB (at MIN)
This former No. 1 overall pick is set to make his debut with the Buccaneers, the fourth team he's played for in the last two years. Mayfield played poorly in seven games with the Panthers last season but then played reasonably well in four late-season starts with the Rams and a heavily depleted supporting cast. There's a flickering candle of hope that Mayfield can be a competent starter for the Bucs this season, but fantasy managers would be wise to monitor Mayfield from afar for now. There's simply too much risk and too little reward to using Mayfield in fantasy. He hasn't thrown for 300 or more yards in a game since October 2021, and he hasn't thrown three or more TD passes in a game since December 2020.
23 weeks ago
Bryce Young Note
Bryce Young photo 26. Bryce Young CAR (at ATL)
Despite being the No. 1 overall pick in this year's NFL Draft, Young has largely been an afterthought in the fantasy football world other than in dynasty rookie drafts. It might have been different if Young had looked splendid during the preseason, but that wasn't the case. He completed 14-of-24 passes (58.3%) for 129 yards (5.4 YPA), with one touchdown and no interceptions. Young draws a somewhat favorable matchup against an Atlanta pass defense that ranked 31st in DVOA last season and gave up the 12th-most fantasy points to opposing QBs, but the rookie is not an appealing 1QB option in a matchup with a Vegas total of only 39.5 points. Young is playable in superflex, however, even though the Carolina pass catchers don't exactly quicken the pulses of fantasy managers.
23 weeks ago
Ryan Tannehill Note
Ryan Tannehill photo 27. Ryan Tannehill TEN (at NO)
He averaged only 13.9 fantasy points per game last season, so Tannehill would seem like a low-ceiling fantasy option. But a couple of terrible games tanked his scoring average. Tannehill scored 18.8 or more fantasy points in 4-of-12 starts, so the weekly ceiling might be a bit higher than we think. That said, Tannehill isn't an attractive Week 1 fantasy option, especially in a matchup against the Saints. The New Orleans defense ranked fifth in DVOA against the pass last year and 20th in DVOA against the run. Tannehill is worth considering only in superflex leagues this week.
23 weeks ago
Desmond Ridder Note
Desmond Ridder photo 28. Desmond Ridder ATL (vs . CAR)
Find yourself someone who loves you as much as Falcons head coach Arthur Smith loves the running game. Smith's devotion to the smashmouth life doesn't exactly go hand-in-hand with QB fantasy value, so Ridder is a clear fade for Week 1 even in an above-average matchup against a Panthers defense that may be without disgruntled edge rusher Brian Burns. Ridder made four late-season starts as a rookie and posted a double-digit fantasy point total in only one of them. Ridder averaged 177 passing yards in those four starts and threw two TD passes. Ridder has intriguing rushing potential, but he ran only 16 times for 64 yards in 2022. Even in superflex leagues, Ridder is not an appealing Week 1 option.
23 weeks ago
Jimmy Garoppolo Note
Jimmy Garoppolo photo 29. Jimmy Garoppolo LV (at DEN)
The new Raiders quarterback will maintain his role as the ultimate game manager in Sin City so don't expect him to melt faces in fantasy football anytime soon. Because by himself, Jimmy GQ - other than his handsome looks - doesn't have much to offer besides supporting others for fantasy football purposes. He was the QB21 in points per game (15.7) in 2022, which was one point more than his expected points per game output (14.7). Consider it the Kyle Shanahan effect. Garoppolo's 7.9 yards per attempt ranked fourth behind only Tua Tagovailoa, Patrick Mahomes, and 49ers' 7th-round pick, Brock Purdy. Garoppolo's efficiency numbers have been boosted substantially playing in the 49ers' offense, and that has never translated to consistent fantasy success. Jimmy G has never finished higher than fantasy QB14 and has played 16 games once in his entire NFL career. He is also going to need a group of receivers that can create yards after the catch after he led the NFL in YAC passing percentage (59%). But luckily for him, he has avoided the injury bug entering Week 1. And he has an underrated set of pass-catchers to throw to, highlighted by one of the NFL's best WRs in the game, Davante Adams. Still, the matchup on the road versus the Broncos is one that I would try to get away from starting Jimmy G. They own the 8th-lowest implied team total on the slate. When Derek Carr led this offense versus the Broncos last season, he posted one dud (11.5 fantasy points) followed by his second-best outing of the year (20.3 fantasy points). Garoppolo will probably end up somewhere in the middle, but likely play enough to support the Raiders skill players in our fantasy lineups.
23 weeks ago
Mac Jones Note
Mac Jones photo 30. Mac Jones NE (vs . PHI)
The aforementioned Patriots starting quarterback was "somehow" able to fend off the Bailey Zappe hive mind to maintain QB1 duties in New England. While Jones' second year in the NFL was a massive disappointment, the coaching and personnel changes will go a long way for the New England Patriots to be at least a "functioning" offense in 2023. But Week 1 will present an extremely tough challenge for Jones and company, versus arguably the league's best defense. The matchup in the trenches is particularly worrisome, as the Patriots OL - having just placed tackle Riley Reiff on IR - has glaring issues, specifically at the tackle positions. Not ideal against a defense that led all teams in sacks and added the best player in the draft with Jalen Carter this offseason.
23 weeks ago
C.J. Stroud Note
C.J. Stroud photo 31. C.J. Stroud HOU (at BAL)
C.J. Stroud is a fantasy football player to avoid for Week 1 of the 2023 NFL season. His opening matchup against the Baltimore Ravens on the road is far from ideal, making it hard to trust a late-round QB when you can't confidently start him in the first week. Additionally, Stroud is facing a severe lack of weapons, with Dalton Schultz and Nico Collins as his top two pass-catching options. This is a stark contrast to the talented receivers he had in college, such as Chris Olave, Garrett Wilson, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Marvin Harrison Jr. Stroud is likely to encounter growing pains as he adjusts to a less experienced and talented receiving corps. All these factors combined with some offensive line injuries make him a risky fantasy option for Week 1. Kenyon Greene and Juice Scruggs were both expected to be starting options, but both have been placed on IR prior to Week 1.
23 weeks ago
Joshua Dobbs Note
Joshua Dobbs photo 32. Joshua Dobbs MIN (vs . TB)
The team drafted Houston's Clayton Tune in Round 5, as a potential stop-gap option while Kyler Murray rehabs from his torn ACL. Tune was super accurate last season, posting Sports Info Solutions' highest on-target percentage (78%) among the 2023 QB Draft Class. He also led the class in passing yards per game (313) and touchdowns per game (3.5). Wouldn't surprise me at all if the 6-foot-3 and 220-pound quarterback starts games in 2023 as the Cardinals look to lock up next year's No. 1 overall pick. The team already released Colt McCoy earlier this offseason, and they acquired Joshua Dobbs on August 24. Dobbs started two games for the Titans last season, finishing 0-2 with the league's 8th-worst passer rating. Jonathan Gannon had originally remained hush-hush on who would start at QB, maintaining his stance on "competitive advantage." But Arizona finally announced it would be Dobbs drawing the start, after spending time with Petzing in Cleveland. But Dobbs starting probably won't matter versus PFF's 3rd-ranked defensive line with a secondary that looks improved from last year. Don't overthink the 7-point home favorite Commanders (as the highest projected scoring DST in Week 1), believing the Cardinals can make this a legitimate back-and-forth contest.
23 weeks ago
Clayton Tune Note
Clayton Tune photo 33. Clayton Tune ARI (at WAS)
Trey Lance Note
Trey Lance photo 34. Trey Lance DAL (at NYG)
Kyle Trask Note
Kyle Trask photo 35. Kyle Trask TB (at MIN)
Sam Darnold Note
Sam Darnold photo 36. Sam Darnold SF (at PIT)
Jacoby Brissett Note
Jacoby Brissett photo 37. Jacoby Brissett WAS (vs . ARI)
Malik Willis Note
Malik Willis photo 38. Malik Willis TEN (at NO)
Mike White Note
Mike White photo 39. Mike White MIA (at LAC)
Taylor Heinicke Note
Taylor Heinicke photo 40. Taylor Heinicke ATL (vs . CAR)
Gardner Minshew II Note
Gardner Minshew II photo 41. Gardner Minshew II IND (vs . JAC)
Jameis Winston Note
Jameis Winston photo 42. Jameis Winston NO (vs . TEN)
Zach Wilson Note
Zach Wilson photo 43. Zach Wilson NYJ (vs . BUF)
Andy Dalton Note
Andy Dalton photo 44. Andy Dalton CAR (at ATL)
Marcus Mariota Note
Marcus Mariota photo 45. Marcus Mariota PHI (at NE)
Tyrod Taylor Note
Tyrod Taylor photo 46. Tyrod Taylor NYG (vs . DAL)
Jarrett Stidham Note
Jarrett Stidham photo 47. Jarrett Stidham DEN (vs . LV)
Brian Hoyer Note
Brian Hoyer photo 48. Brian Hoyer LV (at DEN)
Nick Mullens Note
Nick Mullens photo 49. Nick Mullens MIN (vs . TB)
Drew Lock Note
Drew Lock photo 50. Drew Lock SEA (vs . LAR)
Dorian Thompson-Robinson Note
Dorian Thompson-Robinson photo 51. Dorian Thompson-Robinson CLE (vs . CIN)
Colt McCoy Note
Colt McCoy photo 52. Colt McCoy FA (BYE)
Blaine Gabbert Note
Blaine Gabbert photo 53. Blaine Gabbert KC (vs . DET)
Teddy Bridgewater Note
Teddy Bridgewater photo 54. Teddy Bridgewater FA (BYE)
Mitch Trubisky Note
Mitch Trubisky photo 55. Mitch Trubisky FA (BYE)
Cooper Rush Note
Cooper Rush photo 56. Cooper Rush DAL (at NYG)
Bailey Zappe Note
Bailey Zappe photo 57. Bailey Zappe NE (vs . PHI)
Kyle Allen Note
Kyle Allen photo 58. Kyle Allen BUF (at NYJ)
C.J. Beathard Note
C.J. Beathard photo 59. C.J. Beathard JAC (at IND)
Davis Mills Note
Davis Mills photo 60. Davis Mills HOU (at BAL)
Easton Stick Note
Easton Stick photo 61. Easton Stick LAC (vs . MIA)
Jake Browning Note
Jake Browning photo 62. Jake Browning CIN (at CLE)
Josh Johnson Note
Josh Johnson photo 63. Josh Johnson BAL (vs . HOU)
Malik Cunningham Note
Malik Cunningham photo 64. Malik Cunningham BAL (vs . HOU)
Sean Clifford Note
Sean Clifford photo 65. Sean Clifford GB (at CHI)
P.J. Walker Note
P.J. Walker photo 66. P.J. Walker CLE (vs . CIN)
Collin Hill Note
Collin Hill photo 67. Collin Hill FA (BYE)
Carson Wentz Note
Carson Wentz photo 68. Carson Wentz LAR (at SEA)
Brett Rypien Note
Brett Rypien photo 69. Brett Rypien NYJ (vs . BUF)
Matt Corral Note
Matt Corral photo 70. Matt Corral FA (BYE)
David Blough Note
David Blough photo 71. David Blough FA (BYE)
Nick Foles Note
Nick Foles photo 72. Nick Foles FA (BYE)
Trevor Siemian Note
Trevor Siemian photo 73. Trevor Siemian NYJ (vs . BUF)