32. Zach Wilson
The rookie quarterback found out what it is like to play Bill Belichick as a rookie quarterback. Four interceptions later, and Zach Wilson understands that is not fun…
31. Trevor Lawrence
It is probably too early to panic about 2021 No. 1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence, but he has not looked good in his first two career starts. If he has another bad week and Wilson improves, Lawrence could be ranked the worst quarterback in the NFL.
30. Andy Dalton
He got injured, which is a big part of him being ranked so low again, but he did solid before he got injured. If he does not play in Week 3, this could be the last time we see him in rankings because Justin Fields could take over for good.
29. Matt Ryan
I am a big Matt Ryan fan, but I have not liked what I have seen from him this season. Three interceptions in Week 3 is a big reason why he is ranked so low.
28. Tua Tagovailoa
And here he is. Miami Dolphins starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa falls in the rankings because he was injured early and did not return to the game. Tagovailoa was carted off with bruised ribs, so it remains unknown if his sore ribs hold him out of his Week 3 matchup with the red hot Las Vegas Raiders.
27. Carson Wentz
Just like Tagovailoa, Colts quarterback Carson Wentz got injured. He somehow sprained both his ankles, an injury I have never seen. Wentz may miss some time, and he has been unable to shake the injury bug his entire career.
26. Tyrod Taylor
This was the week of injured quarterbacks. After looking great in Week 1, Taylor’s injury is the reason he falls.
25. Joe Burrow
The 2020 No. 1 overall pick looked solid last week, but he did not play well in Week 2. Burrow threw three interceptions and lost to the Chicago Bears.
24. Daniel Jones
Is Daniel Jones the best running quarterback in the NFL? He is up there! But as a passer, he is not.
23. Ben Roethlisberger
Big Ben’s rough season continued on Sunday, only throwing one touchdown and an interception in a loss to the Raiders.
22. Taylor Heinicke
Heinicke looked awesome leading his team back to win the game on Thursday Night Football, and honestly, the team would be crazy not to give him a whole season as the starter to see what he can do.
21. Jimmy Garoppolo
Jimmy G beat the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, but he did not throw for over 200 yards, and he only had one passing touchdown.
20. Jalen Hurts
After a dominant Week 1 performance against one of the worst defenses in the NFL, Jalen Hurts came back down to earth in Week 2. Hurts had 190 yards passing, and no touchdown passes.
19. Justin Herbert
The OROY has not played his best football to start the 2021 season, and he threw two interceptions in a loss to the Cowboys.
18. Jameis Winston
The Week 1 No. 1 overall quarterback tumbles all the way down to No. 18 overall. Winston was really bad on Sunday and could have been even lower on this list.
17. Mac Jones
The best rookie quarterback so far has been New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones. He may not be putting up the elite stats, but he is making the right reads and throws. He does not look like a rookie quarterback.