2022 NFL QB Power Rankings: Kyler Murray, Jalen Hurts and Lamar Jackson Top Mobile QB Rankings in Week Three

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Shooting always makes him vulnerable to potential choices, and this was especially the case in a close win over chargers. But he’s still the standard for freedom in the position, with an unbreakable talent for clutch throws and acrobatics. 2
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Every time he bulldozes for the first time, she worries that his large body will be badly bruised. But it’s basically an enlarged, more run-down version of Mahomes, which is one of the reasons Buffalo looks like the competitor we’ve all come to expect. (+2) 3
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Without Davant Adams, he obviously has to rely more on Matt LaFleur’s two-headed ground match. But the extreme accuracy and unattainable feeling of the game remain, as evidenced by Packers‘Prime time defeat of bear. 4
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In a healthy lineup, Brady remains unparalleled as a critical guard, and is now leading the way in winning streaks for the Bucs. If his supporting team takes more hits, he’s not necessarily equipped to be physically equipped to extend plays on his own. (-2) 5
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Over the course of two years, Herbert felt like playing against his team as much as his rivals, this time suffering a rib injury in a strangely conservative game plan against the team. heads. His pocket knives are elite. He needs more help from his staff. 6
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The best inside player has always lied to Jackson, who deserved to win with his deep wrist touch and lightning legs to win over dolphins in week 2. 7
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Joe Cole and Bengals Trapped in the circle of former pressure to make up for his lack of protection. The hope is that Burrow plays a little safer as Cincy finds ways to get the ball out of his hands and into the hands of the playmakers. 8
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This is likely where the next level of QBs begins, as Stafford was more than awesome to start his sophomore year in Los Angeles. (+2) 9
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The basics It’s a weekly circus, and Murray is the main event, for better and worse. His formidable energy as a jammer if it’s Arizona State’s failure to set the pace, but it also keeps the team inside until the last minute. (+2) 10
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QB is perhaps the hardest to rank, and Wilson’s first Bronco The matches were ugly and uninspiring, although his deep balls in the late game kept Denver in the middle of the mix. For now, he’s benefiting from suspicion as a proven leader, but you wonder if his magical touch is fading away. (-2) 11
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Are we looking at the new Russell Wilson? Hurts still has plenty of seasons left to prove he can maintain his obvious growth as a pass, but his prime time breakthrough against Vikings It was the complete package, showing that he finally got his rhythmic throwing to go with his dribbling, bruising and undisturbed confidence. (+2) 12
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It would be less if Dak Prescott was healthy. Its cousins’ action is more impressive than it gets, and it’s generally reliable as a quick-hit thrower. However, the bright lights once again revealed his tendency to make foolish decisions. (-2) 13
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It seems that Josh McDaniels’ influence has yet to penetrate. While Carr, like Cousins, is respected enough as an efficient playoff-caliber arm, he is often prone to shifts when the going gets tough. (-1) 14
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Back in the saddle after injuring Trey Lance, Garoppolo will likely raise the floor in San Francisco, giving Kyle Shanahan a reliable first-attack thermostat. But we’ve seen before that he suffers from limitations when asked to take on a heavy aerial workload. 15th
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Two games into a Doug Pederson era, Lawrence comes out of his shell as a more confident and decisive passerby. In South Asia, he got the chance to play quietly for the first division title. (+2) 16
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He’s clearly got approval from within the Dolphins, and his confidence is supposed to soar after the awesome Chuck It-Up against Baltimore. Best suited for quick hits, let’s see how he scales up in a tough confrontation with Invoices in week 3. (+2) 17
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Malik Willis Income titans‘Losing the second week because it was a blast, but how long is it in for other reasons?’ Tannehill is AFC Garoppolo, a respected vet who needs special support from his staff and support team. (-2) 18
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Wentz, the NFL’s QB roller coaster, is never exciting, giving Washington both explosive slips and explosive success in the air. if I were leaders Fan, you just hope the big plays work for his team. (-2) 19
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so much for ponies Ship installation in QB by swapping Wentz for Ryan. The truth is, the latter hasn’t always been above average for years now, although a thin, tapered buttstock doesn’t quite help matters. (-5) 20
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The young man embodies the current patriots: Technically voted with the potential for surprise, but just too old school to inspire confidence in the NFL today. (-1) 21
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It is definitely an entertaining watch. It always was. But Winston’s record should have told us coming into 2022 that he’s going to be a weekly gambler, always very lenient with his big arm. (-2) 22
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The ridicule he’s faced since his final days in L.A. is justified by inadequate performances under pressure, but Gauff also remains an understated accurate lane when all the other parts click. Quietly, he made Detroit move the ball with ease. (+5) 23
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The physical tools are visible, but he didn’t have much to show for them. Not only did the Bears completely surround him with stars, but it also had to do with how little they trusted him to even throw the ball. (-1) 24
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He still gets points for standing tall as a youngster in imperfect conditions, but at some point, he should be able to reliably move the ball. (-1) 25
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So maybe moxie really gets her up to an NFL QB. Mayfield never quits, but that’s part of the problem as he struggles to deliver plays under pressure. (-1) 26
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After Russell Wilson’s first week upset, Smith is back on Earth against 49ers. He can complete all passes for Pete Carroll, but when the offense is created to play it safe, his cap is limited. 27
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He’s shown a lot of fighting for a team that has been written off, and his athletic style makes him annoying, but the pass is still inconsistent. (+2) 28
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The ultra-conservative approach of offensive coordinator Matt Canada theoretically saves Trubesky from himself, but isn’t that an indictment of QB’s ability to raise the bar? (-3) 29
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You don’t ask him to escape the pressure or survive because of too many sacks, but at 37, Flacco still has enough vision and talent to spoil another team’s day. (+1) 30
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It’s kind of just ‘there’, like giants“QB, which is good when the New York defense is in control. What happens when it comes time to win the game on his own? (-2) 31
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Set that record 2-0 for Rush on starting in place of Dak Prescott. Whether he’s limited physically or not, he knows where to go with the ball. (+1) 32
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He improved from the first week in a tight loss to PlanesBut he remains very conservative, and temporarily inaccurate for a team that should do much better. (-1)

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