NFL quarterback rankings mid-camp: Here is where Tagovailoa lands

Tua Tagovailoa Miami Dolphins (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
Tua Tagovailoa Miami Dolphins (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images) /
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Patrick Mahomes (Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports)
Patrick Mahomes (Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports) /

3.) Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs

This will easily be the worst supporting cast Mahomes has ever played with. That however will not change his greatness, he will still put up unbelievable stat lines week after week. I would look for Patrick Mahomes to have a chip on his shoulder this year to prove that Tyreek Hill’s absence doesn’t make as big a difference as many people think it will.

The backup QB in Kansas City this season is Chad Henne who can be a good game manager if anything were ever to happen to Mahomes. This team is still good enough to win it all, and I don’t think that Mahomes mindset has changed at all.

2.) Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills

The most explosive QB in the league is Josh Allen, but that doesn’t make him the best. He is one of the most elite QBs however. He changes the game with so many different aspects of his game, and he has a really good supporting cast to elevate his game even more. I think the Super Bowl favorites have a loaded roster and are too close to not have a win-or-nothing mentality.

The backup QB in Buffalo is Case Keenum who can bring some knowledge to the team, but I think also can provide a new aspect of seeing things to Josh Allen who is playing without Brian Daboll for the first time in his pro career.

1.) Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers

Aaron Rodgers is the most gifted football thrower of all time. He is going to have easily the most challenging year of his career with the worst supporting cast in recent memory. The post-Davante Adams era is going to be interesting, however, if anyone can lead this team to another great season, it will be Aaron Rodgers.

The backup QB is Jordan Love, who despite all the hatred, has garnered some praise from Rodgers for being prepared and taking good notes from Rodgers’s career. I think Rodgers is the clear-cut future as Love is not nearly ready to take this team anywhere anytime soon.