NFL Quarterback Power Rankings Leading Into Week 8

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As we look at this week’s NFL QB Power Rankings, the majority of this week’s games weren’t necessarily close; check these score lines: 35-17, 33-14, and 44-23. But that doesn’t mean that there wasn’t good football! The best QB’s in the NFL were proving why they were the best.

Did you see the game that Andy Dalton had? Did you see what Lamar Jackson did? Those are actual head-turners. Let’s dive into who had a “WOW” game and who had a “BLEH” one. Here are some names with some numbers next to them.

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NFL QB Power Rankings Heading Into Week 8

QuarterbacksWeek 7 Last Week
Brett Rypien28N/A
Bailey Zappe27N/A
Zach Wilson26N/A
Justin Fields 2532
Ryan Tannehill2422
Marcus Mariota2321
Kenny Pickett22N/A
Taylor Heinke21N/A
PJ Walker20N/A
Jared Goff1918
Geno Smith189
Matt Ryan1723
Daniel Jones 1620
Jacoby Brissett1524
Lamar Jackson1411
Dak Prescott13N/A
Kyler Murray1212
Derek Carr1113
Andy Dalton1025
Tua Tagovailoa9N/A
Davis Mills819
Jimmy Garoppolo715
Justin Herbert64
Tom Brady53
Aaron Rodgers45
Trevor Lawrence3N/A
Patrick Mahomes22
Josh Allen11

Biggest Mover UP:

Davis Mills Be BOOMING

This last game saw Mills go off for 302 yards, 68.3% completion percentage, 2 touchdowns, and a quarterback rating of 68.1 (his highest of the season). If Mills can keep this going, with Pierce in the backfield, and Brandin Cooks at the wide receiver spot, Mills can develop further into a franchise-like QB.

Biggest Mover DOWN:

Lamar Jackson TUMBLING

This last week was rough for Jackson–very rough indeed. He threw for only 120 yards, 56% completion percentage, and had a quarterback rating of 47.0 Somehow the Ravens still won this game thanks in part to Gus Edwards. Lamar Jackson is one of the best young quarterbacks in the league, but this last week, “Truzz” was bailed out by Gus Edwards.

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