Quarterback Power Rankings: Week 11 Edition

HERE IS THE 11TH EDITION OF THE QUARTERBACK POWER RANKINGS

For the preseason edition of the quarterback power rankings, click here. For the Week 1 edition of the quarterback power rankings, click hereClick here for Week 2’s edition of the quarterback power rankings. Click here for Week 3’s edition of the quarterback power rankings. For Week 4’s quarterback power rankings, click here. For Week 5’s quarterback power rankings, click hereClick here for the Week 6 edition of the quarterback power rankings. Click here for the Week 7 edition of the quarterback power rankings. Check here for the Week 8 edition of the quarterback power rankings. Click here for the Week 9 edition of the quarterback power rankings. Check here for the Week 10 edition of the quarterback power rankings.

NO. 32: BRANDON ALLEN, CINCINNATI BENGALS (LAST WEEK: NOT INCLUDED)

Allen started three games in 2019. He completed 46.4 percent of his passes and had three touchdowns. He will be the worst quarterback on Sunday.

NO. 31: MIKE GLENNON, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (LAST WEEK: NOT INCLUDED)

Glennon will make an appearance for his fifth team. He most recently started four games for the 2017 Bears. He has a career passer rating of 84.3.

NO. 30: DREW LOCK, DENVER BRONCOS (+2)

Lock had his sixth-straight start with an interception, but the Broncos won anyway. He is rocking with a 67.5 passer rating on the season.

NO. 29: NICK FOLES, CHICAGO BEARS (+2)

Foles and the Bears enjoyed a Week 11 bye. Foles was injured at the end of Monday Night Football, so he is not a guarantee to be the starter in Week 12.

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NO. 28: ALEX SMITH, WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM (+1)

Smith had a reasonable game against the Bengals, completing 68 percent of his passes. He threw a touchdown and a pick to finish with an 83.1 passer rating.

NO. 27: JOE FLACCO, NEW YORK JETS (+1)

Flacco only completed 50 percent of his passes, but he did toss two touchdowns in a comeback effort. He has his highest QBR since 2014.

NO. 26: CARSON WENTZ, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (-1)

Wentz had his sixth multi-interception game of the season. The Eagles remain as the only team to not have a quarterback exceed a passer rating of 91.2 in a game. Wentz also leads the NFL with 14 interceptions.

NO. 25: TUA TAGOVAILOA, MIAMI DOLPHINS (-5)

Tagovailoa had a rough outing. He only gained 50 net yards, forfeiting 33 of his 83 passing yards to sacks and he was yanked in the fourth quarter after just 20 passes.

NO. 24: DANIEL JONES, NEW YORK GIANTS (+3)

Jones and the Giants enjoyed a Week 11 bye.

NO. 23: NICK MULLENS, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (+0)

Mullens and the 49ers enjoyed a Week 11 bye.

NO. 22: BAKER MAYFIELD, CLEVELAND BROWNS (+2)

Mayfield has yet to throw a touchdown or interception in November. He has not attempted 30 passes in five games. The Browns are winning with the run game, and Mayfield is along for the ride.

NO. 21: ANDY DALTON, DALLAS COWBOYS (+5)

After a pair of gross performances against Arizona and Washington, Dalton bounced back nicely against Minnesota. He completed 69 percent of his passes, tossing three touchdowns. His 104.0 passer rating was strong.

NO. 20: CAM NEWTON, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (+1)

Newton threw his fourth touchdown of the season, finally finding a wide receiver for six. He now has three games with a passer rating of at least 100 on the season.

NO. 19: PHILIP RIVERS, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (+3)

Rivers has eclipsed a 105 passer rating in four of the last five games. Against the Packers, Rivers was efficient down the field outside of one interception.

NO. 18: JARED GOFF, LOS ANGELES RAMS (-2)

Goff made it three games in a row with a turnover, but he did fire three touchdown passes. He had 376 yards on 39 total completions. The Rams won in large part because Goff efficiently got the ball to his playmakers.

NO. 17: MATTHEW STAFFORD, DETROIT LIONS (-2)

Stafford was shut out for the first time in his career. His 70.0 passer rating is his lowest of the season, and it was a disappointing way to follow his season-high of 127.8. Stafford and the Lions are “rewarded” with a short week.

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NO. 16: LAMAR JACKSON, BALTIMORE RAVENS (-2)

The passer rating (74.8) was ugly, but Jackson’s receivers had several drops. Jackson went over 50 rushing yards for the fifth-straight game and eighth in total. He is not living up to his MVP season, but he is not necessarily playing poorly.

NO. 15: MATT RYAN, ATLANTA FALCONS (-5)

It got ugly for Ryan and the Falcons on Sunday. Ryan was sacked eight times, and he threw two interceptions. He had an atrocious 48.5 passer rating.

NO. 14: TOM BRADY, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (-8)

Brady looked his age on Monday Night Football. He had two awful interceptions, and he was lucky to not have a third. Brady has had two ugly games in three weeks, and the Buccaneers are looking fraudulent.

NO. 13: KIRK COUSINS, MINNESOTA VIKINGS (+6)

Cousins posted his second passer rating of 140 in three weeks. Since his three-interception Week 2, Cousins has a passer rating of 112. The Vikings are 4-4 in those games, but Cousins has been stellar of late.

NO. 12: TAYSOM HILL, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (LAST WEEK: NOT INCLUDED)

The 30-year-old made his first NFL start on Sunday. He had a passer rating of 108.9, and he added two rushing touchdowns. He was not perfect, but it was an impressive showing from the former BYU Cougar.

NO. 11: RYAN TANNEHILL, TENNESSEE TITANS (+6)

Tannehill had his sixth game with a passer rating over 104, helping the Titans to a late comeback. He was overshadowed by exceptional performances from his weapons, but Tannehill was very good against Baltimore.

NO. 10: TEDDY BRIDGEWATER, CAROLINA PANTHERS (+1)

Bridgewater missed Week 11, but he should return for Week 12.

NO. 9: BEN ROETHLISBERGER, PITTSBURGH STEELERS (+4)

Roethlisberger threw his first interception of December, but the Steelers rolled to their 10th-straight victory. Roethlisberger is on the fringe of MVP consideration, and he should strengthen his case with a strong performance against the Ravens.

NO. 8: JUSTIN HERBERT, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (+10)

After a let-down against the Dolphins, Herbert was back to slinging the pigskin against the Jets. He had a career-high in yards and completions, leading the Chargers to victory.

NO. 7: KYLER MURRAY, ARIZONA CARDINALS (+0)

Murray battled through a shoulder injury to post a 102.2 rating in Seattle. He tossed multiple touchdowns for the fourth time in five games. Murray’s MVP candidacy took a hit with Arizona’s second loss in three weeks, but the Patriots are an enticing Week 12 matchup.

NO. 6: JOSH ALLEN, BUFFALO BILLS (+2)

Allen and the Bills enjoyed a Week 11 bye week.

NO.5: DEREK CARR, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS (-1)

Carr nearly matched Patrick Mahomes throw-for-throw for the second time on the season. Carr shined with a 119.7 passer rating, undervaluing his performance because he had a last-second interception. Carr is having a stellar season.

NO. 4: DESHAUN WATSON, HOUSTON TEXANS (+1)

Watson has gone five games without an interception or lost fumble, tossing 11 touchdowns in the stretch. Outside of a bad weather game in Cleveland, Watson has been elite for the better part of two months.

NO. 3: AARON RODGERS, GREEN BAY PACKERS (-1)

Besides the Buccaneers game, Rodgers has been sensational in 2020. He has nine games with a passer rating of at least 107. He also leads the NFL with a 115.8 passer rating, a mark higher than his 2014 MVP season.

NO. 2: RUSSELL WILSON, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (+1)

Wilson got back on track with a 119.8 passer rating and a pair of touchdowns against Arizona. He leads the NFL in passing touchdowns and touchdown percentage, and he is unlikely to surrender either with upcoming games against the Eagles, Giants, and Jets.

NO. 1: PATRICK MAHOMES, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (+0)

Mahomes leads the NFL in passing yards, interception percentage, and QBR. He led the Chiefs to a dramatic come-from-behind victory with a clutch drive against the Raiders. Rodgers, Jackson, and Brady were in nearly identical scenarios (down three, limited clock). Brady threw an interception. Rodgers and Jackson led their teams to field goals to tie the game before losing in overtime. Mahomes and the Chiefs scored a touchdown to win in regulation.

Stay tuned for next week’s edition of the quarterback power rankings.


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Ryan Potts
Ryan Potts is an avid football and baseball fan. He covers the NFL and Major League Baseball, focusing on the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Braves.

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