NFL Quarterback Rankings Week 1: Aaron Rodgers reigns

With the 2022 regular season starting this week, we’re bringing back the NFL quarterback rankings. And to start, Aaron Rodgers is at the top of the leaderboard.

Our 2022 FanSided NFL Quarterback Rankings are live every Tuesday morning throughout the regular season, and we use a sliding scale that takes into account current and past performance, with the former becoming more important as the year progresses.

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geno blacksmith

QB Seattle Seahawks

Statistics 2021: 702 meters | 68.4 comp% | 5 TD | 1 INT | 7.4 YPA | 45.8QBR

The Seahawks just fought one of the saddest quarterback fights in NFL history, and Smith is the winner. It’s going to be a long year in Seattle.

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yeah Flacko

QB New York Jets

Statistics 2021: 338 meters | 64.3 comp% | 3 TD | 0 INT | 8.0 YPA | 43.5QBR

Flacco fills in for Zach Wilson until he comes back from a sprained knee. The Jets hope Flacco can be operational by the time Wilson begins his second season.

30

Mark Mariota

QB Atlanta Falcons

Statistics 2021: 4 meters | 50.0 comp% | 0TD | 0 INT | 2.0YPA | 40.3 QBR

Mariota reunites with Arthur Smith, who was his offensive coordinator in Tennessee. Realistically, Atlanta is in a rebuilding year, and Mariota will take lumps.

29

mitchell Trubisky

QB Pittsburgh Steelers

Statistics 2021: 43 meters | 75.0 comp% | 0TD | 1 INT | 5.4 YPA | 47.4 QBR

How long will Trubisky keep the job? Kenny Pickett was good preseason and with a tough schedule early on, the rookie could soon get the nod.

28

Jacoby Brisett

QB Cleveland Browns

Statistics 2021: 1,283 meters | 62.7 comp% | 5 TD | 4INT | 5.7 YPA | 48.2 QBR

Without Deshaun Watson in the first 11 games of the season, the Browns are trying to stay afloat. Brissett has to manage the game and hand it over to Nick Chubb.

27

Daniel Jones

QB New York Giants

Statistics 2021: 2,428 meters | 64.3 comp% | 10 TD | 7INT | 6.7 YPA | 41.5QBR

That’s it for Jones. He either starts playing winning football under first-year head coach Brian Daboll, or he picks up a change of address form in January.

26

justin fields

QB Chicago Bears

Statistics 2021: 1,870 meters | 58.9 comp% | 7 TD | 10INT | 6.9 YPA | 26.4 QBR

Fields has talent, but the bears around him are brutal in every way. It’s very difficult to see Fields putting up big numbers even when he’s improving.

25

Trey lance

QB San Francisco 49ers

Statistics 2021: 603 meters | 57.7 comp% | 5 TD | 2INT | 8.5 YPA | 33.4 QBR

Lance takes on a Super Bowl contender with elite weapons. The question is how quickly he will reach his potential.

24

Jared Goff

QB Detroit Lions

Statistics 2021: 3,245 meters | 67.2 comp% | 19 TD | 8 INSIDE | 6.6 YPA | 39.5QBR

The Lions have some talent, but Goff is a referee who struggles to make elite shots. Can Goff do enough to put Detroit in the playoff race?

23

Davis mills

QB Houston Texans

Statistics 2021: 2,664 meters | 66.8 comp% | 16 TD | 10INT | 6.8 YPA | 35.5QBR

Mills played well as a rookie and in his second season needs to prove he’s worth investing in for the future. Houston has ample draft capital to keep going if needed.

22

Tua Tagovailoa

QB Miami Dolphins

Statistics 2021: 2,653 meters | 67.8 comp% | 16 TD | 10INT | 6.8 YPA | 49.7QBR

Tagovailoa is the player under the most pressure in 2022. He’s now surrounded by Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, an improved offensive line and enough expectations to last a lifetime.

21

Jameis Winston

QB Saints of New Orleans

Statistics 2021: 1,170 meters | 59.0 comp% | 14 TD | 3INT | 7.3 YPA | 64.4 QBR

Winston was playing really well in New Orleans before suffering a season-ending cruciate ligament tear in October. The Saints have potential, but Winston needs to build on his good start in ’21.

20

trevor Laurentius

QB Jacksonville Jaguars

Statistics 2021: 3,641 meters | 59.6 comp% | 12 TD | 17 INT | 6.0 YPA | 33.5QBR

Lawrence should have his rookie season removed from the record. His coach was Urban Meyer. Now he has an upgraded offense and a real coach.

19

baker Maifeld

QB Carolina Panther

Statistics 2021: 3,010 meters | 60.5 comp% | 17 TD | 13 INT | 7.2 YPA | 35.1 QBR

Mayfield has another opportunity and faces a huge campaign with free agency looming. The stakes are high for both Mayfield and the Panthers.

18

carson wentz

QB Washington commanders

Statistics 2021: 3,563 meters | 62.4 comp% | 27 TD | 7INT | 6.9 YPA | 54.7QBR

Wentz is on his third team in as many years. It’s time to step up, be a leader and make some big throws.

17

jalen Hurts

QB Philly Eagles

Statistics 2021: 3,144 meters | 61.3 comp% | 16 TD | 9INT | 7.3 YPA | 48.5QBR

Hurts and the Eagles are about to start. Philadelphia added AJ Brown on the outside, trying to take passing from mediocre to above average.

16

Ryan fir hill

QB Tennessee Titans

Statistics 2021: 3,734 meters | 67.2 comp% | 21 TD | 14 INT | 7.0 YPA | 55.9 QBR

Speaking of AJ Brown…the Titans are going for situational passing and running back Derrick Henry. Tannehill needs to limit the mistakes.

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Mac Jones

QB New England Patriots

Statistics 2021: 3,801 meters | 67.6 comp% | 22 TD | 13 INT | 7.3 YPA | 50.9QBR

Can Jones build a promising rookie season? The case for? He played well in 2021 and young players usually make progress. The case against? Matt Patricia and Joe Judge are involved.

14

Church cousins

QB Minnesota Vikings

Statistics 2021: 4,221 meters | 66.3 comp% | 33 TD | 7INT | 7.5 YPA | 52.3 QBR

Cousins ​​is oddly underrated given his numbers. And now, in Kevin O’Connell, the Vikings have a new head coach who can unlock offense. Might be fun.

13

Frosted Ryan

QB Indianapolis Colts

Statistics 2021: 3,968 meters | 67.0 comp% | 20 TD | 12INT | 7.1 YPA | 46.1 QBR

Ryan transitions from a terrible situation in Atlanta to a top-flight team in the Colts. Ryan will manage offense, often throwing at receiver Michael Pittman and passing a lot to Jonathan Taylor.

12

Kyler murray

QB Arizona Cardinals

Statistics 2021: 3,787 meters | 69.2 comp% | 24 TD | 10INT | 7.9 YPA | 57.3 QBR

This has been a bizarre off-season for Murray. Instagram message, agent statement in all caps, new contract, homework clause. He also starts the year without the suspended DeAndre Hopkins.

11

derek Carr

QB Las Vegas robbers

Statistics 2021: 4,804 meters | 68.4 comp% | 23 TD | 14 INT | 7.7 YPA | 52.4 QBR

Carr could have a career year. The Raiders have elite weapons in receivers Davante Adams and Hunter Renfrow and tight end Darren Waller. If the line holds, watch out.

10

lamar Jackson

QB Baltimore Ravens

Statistics 2021: 2,882 meters | 64.4 comp% | 16 TD | 13 INT | 7.5 YPA | 50.7QBR

Jackson is trying to prove that he is undeniably an elite quarterback. Baltimore doesn’t make it easy with this receiving corps, but Jackson has the talent to improve it.

9

Dac Prescott

QB Dallas Cowboys

Statistics 2021: 4,449 meters | 68.8 comp% | 37 TD | 10INT | 7.5YPA | 54.6 QBR

Prescott is dealing with a shaky offensive line and fewer guns. However, Dallas still has a dangerous offense and Prescott is considered one of the best under-center players in the league.

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russell Wilson

QB Denver Broncos

Statistics 2021: 3,113 meters | 64.8 comp% | 25 TD | 6INT | 7.8 YPA | 54.7QBR

Wilson is getting a fresh start in Denver, and he’s got plenty of motivation, and many are wondering if he’s on the wane.

7

matthew Stafford

QB Los Angeles Rams

Statistics 2021: 4,886 meters | 67.2 comp% | 41 TD | 17 INT | 8.1 YPA | 63.8QBR

The Rams are trying to replicate it, and Stafford is at the center of that effort. Stafford can make any throw, and he has weapons galore to use.

6

yeah Building

QB Cincinnati Bengal

Statistics 2021: 4,611 meters | 70.4 comp% | 34 TD | 14 INT | 8.9 YPA | 54.3 QBR

Burrow tries to return to the Super Bowl and this time win it. No team has more receivers than Cincinnati, which could make them the best passing attack in the league.

5

justin Herbert

QB Chargers from Los Angeles

Statistics 2021: 5,014 meters | 65.9 comp% | 38 TD | 15INT | 7.5 YPA | 65.6 QBR

Herbert is under pressure. The Chargers need to get to the playoffs and maybe get through there. With a full roster, Herbert has a shot at glory.

4

Tom brady

QB Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Statistics 2021: 5,316 meters | 67.5 comp% | 43 TD | 12INT | 7.4 YPA | 68.1 QBR

At 45, Brady remains one of the best in the league. However, there are growing concerns about Tampa Bay’s offensive line amid injuries. Can he keep his unprecedented career going?

3

Josch everyone

QB buffalo bills

Statistics 2021: 4,407 meters | 63.3 comp% | 36 TD | 15INT | 6.8 YPA | 60.7QBR

The Bills are the Super Bowl favorites, thanks in large part to Allen’s skill. This could be an excellent year in Buffalo.

2

Patrick Mahomes

QB Kansas City chiefs

Statistics 2021: 4,839 meters | 66.3 comp% | 37 TD | 13 INT | 7.4 YPA | 62.2 QBR

Despite Kansas City’s retooling, Mahomes will field elite numbers on a Chiefs team loaded with pass catchers. He will miss Tyreek Hill, but not as much as vice versa.

1

Aaron Rodgers

QB Green Bay packers

Statistics 2021: 4,115 meters | 68.9 comp% | 37 TD | 4INT | 7.8 YPA | 69.1 QBR

If you’re the two-time reigning MVP, start in pole position.

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