10. Lamar Jackson
It is well known that I do not believe Lamar Jackson is an elite quarterback. I believe Jackson is an elite athlete at the position, and he is a lot of fun to watch play the game. I just do not believe you can win a Super Bowl by not being able to throw the ball. But Jackson doesn’t care what I think because he ran his butt off on his way to a huge victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.
9. Dak Prescott
Prescott drops a little this week because he did not have his best game on Sunday. Prescott threw for 237 yards and no scores, and he also threw an interception. However, he played so well in Week 1, and his team still won in Week 2, so he sticks around the top ten…for now.
8. Teddy Bridgewater
Back-to-back weeks in the top ten for Denver Broncos quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. In Week 2, Bridgewater balled out again, throwing for 328 yards and two touchdowns. The Broncos are 2-0, and Bridgewater was clearly the right choice at quarterback for Denver this season.
7. Russell Wilson
Mr. Unlimited was not unlimited in Week 2, but he still played great football. Wilson threw for 343 yards and two scores on Sunday, but his team did let him down for a big loss to the Titans. Wilson was not the reason for the loss, though, and he continues to be one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.
6. Derek Carr
This is my favorite development so far this season. Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has been incredible. Carr is currently on pace to throw for 6,945 yards. I know, insane. He likely will not keep this pace up, but even still, that is incredibly impressive. He threw for 382 yards and two scores on Sunday, and his Raiders are 2-0.