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How did Allen drop two spots there? He destroyed the Saints defense.

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Nick Foles and Jeff Driskel appeared on the list for the first time, so because he was bottom dwelling, he dropped by virtue of them being added to list. He didn't actually move, he just went from being barely ahead of Josh Rosen to being much further ahead of Josh Rosen but still behind the rest of the field.

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This is a rare season indeed, the names at the top feel so fresh, new, and somewhat stable. Meanwhile the bottom of the pack is a swirl of chaos that no sane man should dare to look at. As an insane man, I'm giving you the sauce directly into your eyeballs.

Week 13 QB Rankings

1. Lamar Jackson 18
2. Patrick Mahomes 22
3. Russell Wilson 25
4. Kirk Cousins 26
5. Ryan Tannehill 33 (+2)
6. Deshaun Watson 33 (+2)
7. Drew Brees 35 (-1)
8. Dak Prescott 38 (-3)
9. Matthew Stafford 43 (+1)
10. Aaron Rodgers 47 (+1)
11. Derek Carr 49 (-2)
12. Jimmy Garoppolo 55
13. Jacoby Brissett 57
14. Josh Allen 61 (+2)
15. Teddy Bridgewater 63 (-1)
16. Case Keenum 75 (+2)
17. Matt Ryan 76
18. Kyler Murray 76 (-3)


19. Tom Brady 82 (+1)
20. Carson Wentz 83 (+2)
21. Gardner Minshew 86
22. Philip Rivers 93 (+2)
23. Mitch Trubisky 96 (+6)
24. Sam Darnold 98 (-1)
25. Jared Goff 100 (+7)
26. Marcus Mariota 100
27. Ryan Fitzpatrick 100 (+6)
28. Nick Foles 100 (-9)
29. Jeff Driskel 103 (-2)
30. Jameis Winston 105 (-5)
31. Baker Mayfield 110 (-3)
32. Daniel Jones 110 (-2)
33. Joe Flacco 113 (-2)
34. Andy Dalton 114 (+1)
35. Mason Rudolph 116 (-1)
36. Kyle Allen 124
37. Dwayne Haskins 149
38. Josh Rosen 150

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Turf Wars: Return of the Minshew

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Minshew going for glory.

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How much of Lamar's grade is passing versus running ?

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To answer your question, it's approximately 75% passing, 25% rushing for Lamar, since attempts are roughly weighted equal to each other. Running a little bit less than passing, but not by a significant amount. Speaking of insignificance, Eli Manning is back on the list for the first time in a couple of months. And we can clearly see that he's still a worse option than Daniel Jones despite his one decent half of football against the Eagles. When you entire second half offense is 3-4 play drives capped off with punts, you have no business being a team's starting QB.

Lots of big risers this week. Jameis Winston went to town on the Colts, and despite throwing three interceptions, still rises 6 spots in the rankings. Mitchell Trubisky went up four spots after beating up the Cowboys on thursday, and the real man of the hour is Drew Brees, who showed us he is exactly who the same guy he's been for years, someone who just doesn't miss on his passes, as he jumps all the way to second place on my efficiency rankings. If not for the awful showing by their defense, a 6 TD, 46 point performance would have netted an easy victory. There wasn't much in the way of big falls, but Russell Wilson falls out of the 5 after a pedestrian showing against the Rams, Josh Allen was exposed against the Ravens, and Tom Brady just keeps on tumbling down the rankings. Luckily the easy part of the schedule is on the way for the team that no one believed in.

 

Week 14 QB Rankings

1. Lamar Jackson 18
2. Drew Brees 20 (+5)
3. Patrick Mahomes 24 (-1)
4. Kirk Cousins 27
5. Ryan Tannehill 31
6. Russell Wilson 33 (-3)
7. Dak Prescott 40 (+1)
8. Matthew Stafford 41 (+1)
9. Deshaun Watson 45 (-3)
10. Jimmy Garoppolo 47 (+2)
11. Aaron Rodgers 47 (-1)
12. Derek Carr 50 (-1)
13. Jacoby Brissett 55
14. Teddy Bridgewater 62 (+1)

15. Case Keenum 74 (+1)
16. Matt Ryan 75 (+1)
17. Josh Allen 80 (-3)
18. Kyler Murray 82
19. Mitch Trubisky 82 (+4)
20. Philip Rivers 83 (+2)
21. Carson Wentz 88 (-1)
22. Tom Brady 89 (-3)
23. Gardner Minshew 91 (-2)
24. Jameis Winston 93 (+6)
25. Marcus Mariota 98 (+1)
26. Sam Darnold 99 (-2)
27. Jared Goff 100 (-2)
28. Nick Foles 102
29. Ryan Fitzpatrick 105 (-2)
30. Jeff Driskel 105 (-1)
31. Daniel Jones 112 (+1)
32. Joe Flacco 114 (+1)
33. Baker Mayfield 116 (-2)
34. Eli Manning 118 (NR)
35. Mason Rudolph 118
36. Andy Dalton 120 (-2)
37. Kyle Allen 130 (-1)
38. Dwayne Haskins 152 (-1)
39. Josh Rosen 154 (-1)

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Week 15 Qb Rankings

1. Drew Brees 14 (+1)
2. Lamar Jackson 19 (-1)
3. Patrick Mahomes 25
4. Kirk Cousins 27
5. Ryan Tannehill 31
6. Russell Wilson 33
7. Dak Prescott 41
8. Deshaun Watson 44 (+1)
9. Matthew Stafford 45 (-1)
10. Derek Carr 48 (+2)
11. Jimmy Garoppolo 51 (-1)
12. Aaron Rodgers 54 (-1)
13. Teddy Bridgewater 63 (+1)
14. Jacoby Brissett 68 (-1)
15. Matt Ryan 71 (+1)

16. Case Keenum 80 (-1)
17. Kyler Murray 82 (+1)
18. Carson Wentz 83 (+3)
19. Josh Allen 84 (-2)
20. Philip Rivers 85
21. Jameis Winston 90 (+3)
22. Gardner Minshew 90 (+1)
23. Tom Brady 92 (-1)
24. Mitch Trubisky 93 (-5)
25. Devlin Hodges 98 (NR)
26. Jared Goff 101 (+1)
27. Sam Darnold 101 (-1)
28. Eli Manning 103 (+6)
29. Marcus Mariota 103 (-4)
30. Nick Foles 107 (-2)
31. Ryan Fitzpatrick 108 (-2)
32. Jeff Driskel 108 (-2)

33. Baker Mayfield 113
34. Daniel Jones 117 (-3)
35. Joe Flacco 118 (-3)
36. Mason Rudolph 120 (-1)
37. Andy Dalton 131 (-1)
38. Kyle Allen 134 (-1)
39. David Blough 151 (NR)
40. Dwayne Haskins 156 (-2)
41. Josh Rosen 162 (-2)

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Well that was one hell of a week. Andy Dalton nearly leads a 16 point comeback over the Dolphins, Ryan Fitzpatrick throws 5 TDs, same with Danny Dimes, as all the trash teams play each other and get to go off. With just one week left, and a lot of teams having nothing to play for, I don't expect the final results to change too much from this, but we shall see what happens. But hey, Drew Lock appearance, and he isn't completely shitting the bed!

Week 16 QB Rankings

1. Drew Brees 14
2. Lamar Jackson 19
3. Patrick Mahomes 23
4. Ryan Tannehill 31 (+1)
5. Kirk Cousins 35 (-1)
6. Russell Wilson 38
7. Dak Prescott 42
8. Derek Carr 42 (+2)
9. Matthew Stafford 44
10. Deshaun Watson 47 (-2)
11. Jimmy Garoppolo 59
12. Aaron Rodgers 60
13. Teddy Bridgewater 65
14. Drew Lock 70 (NR)


15. Case Keenum 72 (+1)
16. Jacoby Brissett 73 (-2)
17. Matt Ryan 77 (-2)
18. Kyler Murray 83 (-1)
19. Carson Wentz 83 (-1)
20. Josh Allen 88 (-1)
21. Philip Rivers 91 (-1)
22. Tom Brady 91 (+1)
23. Gardner Minshew 92 (-1)
24. Jameis Winston 94 (-3)
25. Jared Goff 102 (+1)
26. Ryan Fitzpatrick 102 (+5)
27. Marcus Mariota 105 (+2)
28. Mitch Trubisky 107 (-4)


29. Sam Darnold 108 (-2)
30. Eli Manning 109 (-2)
31. Devlin Hodges 110 (-6)
32. Jeff Driskel 111
33. Daniel Jones 111 (+1)
34. Nick Foles 114 (-4)
35. Baker Mayfield 117 (-2)
36. Mason Rudolph 117 
37. Joe Flacco 126 (-2)
38. Andy Dalton 133 (-1)
39. Kyle Allen 138 (-1)
40. David Blough 150 (-1)
41. Dwayne Haskins 153 (-1)
42. Josh Rosen 166 (-1)

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And the final results. Not a whole lot of changes this week. The big risers were Carson Wentz, who got to prey on an abysmal Giants pass defense and despite having nothing at WR, still caved in face. The other large riser was Gardner Minshew, who looked good in the last week of the season against a beat up Colts team, and helped make sure their division rival Titans would get in even with a loss this week. There was one major faller, as Duck Hodges completed his cratering to the near bottom of the list. Case Keenum also fell a few spots as the Cowboys got the better of a worn down Redskins squad. Pretty much no movement other than that, so Drew Brees ends the season as your most efficient QB. The Playoff QB's this year finished 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 21, and 22 this season, with Tom Brady and Josh Allen being the odd men out. Teddy Bridgewater also deserves mention for keeping the Saints afloat during Brees' injury, which is why I'm giving him credit for the Saints.

 

Week 17 QB Rankings:

1. Drew Brees 12
2. Lamar Jackson 18
3. Patrick Mahomes 23
4. Ryan Tannehill 30
5. Kirk Cousins 34
6. Russell Wilson 36
7. Dak Prescott 37
8. Matthew Stafford 42 (+1)
9. Derek Carr 43 (-1)
10. Deshaun Watson 47
11. Jimmy Garoppolo 54


12. Aaron Rodgers 63
13. Teddy Bridgewater 63
14. Drew Lock 77
15. Carson Wentz 79 (+4)
16. Jacoby Brissett 79
17. Matt Ryan 80
18. Kyler Murray 81
19. Case Keenum 84 (-4)
20. Gardner Minshew 87 (+3)
21. Tom Brady 87 (+1)
22. Josh Allen 89 (-2)
23. Philip Rivers 90 (-2)
24. Jared Goff 93 (+1)
25. Ryan Fitzpatrick 93 (+1)
26. Jameis Winston 94 (-2)


27. Marcus Mariota 103
28. Mitch Trubisky 105
29. Sam Darnold 107
30. Eli Manning 108
31. Daniel Jones 109 (+2)
32. Jeff Driskel 110
33. Nick Foles 110 (+1)
34. Baker Mayfield 111 (+1)
35. Mason Rudolph 115 (+1)
36. Joe Flacco 126 (+1)
37. Andy Dalton 132 (+1)
38. Kyle Allen 144 (+1)
39. Devlin Hodges 147 (-8)
40. Dwayne Haskins 151 (+1)
41. David Blough 153 (-1)
42. Josh Rosen 166

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Drew Lock being the highest rated rookie just like everyone expected.

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