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Week 14 NFL Quarterback Power Rankings: Bengals’ Burrow Climbing

Former NFL quarterback Matt Cassel played with seven teams in his career, most notably for the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys. His weekly QB rankings are a snapshot of where the league’s 32 current starters are right now.

>>Week 13 Rankings

1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs

Record: 9-3 | QBR: 78.5 | Passing TD: 30 | Last Week’s Rank: 1

Comment: Mahomes and the Chiefs just narrowly lost to Cincinnati on Sunday, but that won’t change the fact Mahomes is still atop the MVP odds leaderboards. 

2. Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles

Record: 11-1 | QBR: 69.2| Passing TD: 20 | Last Week’s Rank: 2

Comment: What an incredible 380-yard, three-touchdown performance.

3. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills

Record: 9-3 | QBR: 75.1 | Passing TD: 25 | Last Week’s Rank: 3

Comment: Allen led the team to a Thursday night victory and has the Bills in first place in the AFC.

4. Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals

Record: 8-4 | QBR: 59.0 | Passing TD: 25 | Last Week’s Rank: 5

Comment: An unbelievable day for Burrow, leading the Bengals to yet another win over Kansas City.

5. Geno Smith, Seattle Seahawks

Record: 7-5 | QBR: 64.8 | Passing TD: 22 | Last Week’s Rank: 8

Comment: The veteran led a game-winning drive with 36 seconds left that showed just how valuable he is.

6. Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Record: 6-6 | QBR: 52.2| Passing TD: 16 | Last Week’s Rank: 9

Comment: The GOAT is doing his best to lead the Buccaneers to an NFC South title with an insane
game-winning score with 3 seconds left.

7. Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers

Record: 6-6 | QBR: 56.6 | Passing TD: 20 | Last Week’s Rank: 6

Comment: Despite playing well, Herbert’s team lost against Las Vegas.

8. Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings

Record: 10-2 | QBR: 51.5 | Passing TD: 18 | Last Week’s Rank: 7

Comment: Cousins couldn’t elevate the offense against the Jets but still has the team 102.

9. Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins

Record: 8-1 | QBR: 77.4 | Passing TD: 21 | Last Week’s Rank: 4

Comment: Tagovailoa had a tough game with too much inaccuracy and three turnovers.

10. Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

Record: 5-2 | QBR: 59.2 | Passing TD: 13 | Last Week’s Rank: 11

Comment: Prescott is 51 since coming back from injury. Red-hot.

11. Jared Goff, Detroit Lions

Record: 5-7 | QBR: 60.4 | Passing TD: 19 | Last Week’s Rank: 17

Comment: Another strong performance, this time against Jacksonville, throwing for 340 yards and 2 TDs.

12. Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders

Record: 5-7 | QBR: 60.0 | Passing TD: 20 | Last Week’s Rank: 15

Comment: Carr has quietly led his team to three consecutive onescore victories.

13. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

Record: 5-8 | QBR: 41.9 | Passing TD: 30 | Last Week’s Rank: 12

Comment: Rodgers didnt play too well but went to Chicago and won yet again.

14. Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars

Record: 4-8 | QBR: 53.8 | Passing TD: 17 | Last Week’s Rank: 13

Comment: He struggled against Detroits defense.

15. Taylor Heinicke, Washington Commanders

Record: 5-1-1 | QBR: 42.9 | Passing TD: 9 | Last Week’s Rank: 23

Comment: Heinicke played well in the tie with the Giants.

16. Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans

Record: 6-4 | QBR: 55.2 | Passing TD: 11 | Last Week’s Rank: 18

Comment: Tannehill just couldn’t produce in Philadelphia, leading the offense to only 10 points.

17. Justin Fields, Chicago Bears

Record: 3-9 | QBR: 58.6 | Passing TD: 13 | Last Week’s Rank: 16

Comment: Fields had a tough day against Green Bay with two INTs.

18. Kyler Murray, Arizona Cardinals

Record: 3-7 | QBR: 51.1 | Passing TD: 14 | Last Week’s Rank: 19

Comment: The Cardinals have three straight losses, and Murray has four turnovers during that span.

19. Daniel Jones, New York Giants

Record: 7-4-1 | QBR: 55.2 | Passing TD: 11 | Last Week’s Rank: 20

Comment: The Giants are cooling off without a win in three straight games.

20. Andy Dalton, New Orleans Saints

Record: 3-7 | QBR: 53.1 | Passing TD: 15 | Last Week’s Rank: 26

Comment: Dalton played fine against Tampa Bay but went 0-for-3 in the red zone.

21. Mac Jones, New England Patriots 

Record: 4-5 | QBR: 35.4 | Passing TD: 7 | Last Week’s Rank: 22

Comment: Jones and the Patriots only managed 10 points on offense against the AFC East-rival Bills.

22. Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos 

Record: 3-8 | QBR: 35.0 | Passing TD: 8 | Last Week’s Rank: 21

Comment:  They’ve lost 7 of 8 games. Not much else needs to be said.

23. Mike White, New York Jets

Record: 1-1 | QBR: 46.5 | Passing TD: 3 | Last Week’s Rank: 25

Comment: White threw 57 passes without a TD and threw two INTs.

24. Brock Purdy, San Francisco 49ers

Record: N/A | QBR: 55.0 | Passing TD: 2 | Last Week’s Rank: NR

Comment: The rookie had two TDs and was accurate in relief of Jimmy Garoppolo.

25. Marcus Mariota, Atlanta Falcons

Record: 5-8 | QBR: 55.5 | Passing TD: 15 | Last Week’s Rank: 24

Comment: The Falcons starter struggled against Pittsburgh, completing just over 50% of his passes.

26. Tyler Huntley, Baltimore Ravens

Record: N/A | QBR: 74.3 | Passing TD: 0 | Last Week’s Rank: NR

Comment:  The regular QB2 led a game-winning drive with 28 seconds left and will look to fill Lamar’s
shoes against Pittsburgh.

27. Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh Steelers

Record: 4-4 | QBR: 45.9 | Passing TD: 4 | Last Week’s Rank: 27

Comment: He led Pittsburgh to a three-point victory in Atlanta.

28. Deshaun Watson, Cleveland Browns

Record: 1-0 | QBR: 28.5 | Passing TD: 0 | Last Week’s Rank: NR

Comment: Watson looked rusty in his first game action in 700 days.

29. Sam Darnold, Carolina Panthers

Record: 1-0 | QBR: 71.1 | Passing TD: 1 | Last Week’s Rank: 29

Comment: Darnold led the Panthers to victory in Week 12 in his first action since January.

30. Matt Ryan, Indianapolis Colts

Record: 4-6-1 | QBR: 44.9 | Passing TD: 13 | Last Week’s Rank: 28

Comment: Ryan had four turnovers in Dallas on SNF.

31. Kyle Allen, Houston Texans

Record: 0-2 | QBR: 3.4 | Passing TD: 2 | Last Week’s Rank: 30

Comment: Allen tallied three turnovers in the loss to the Browns.

32. John Wolford, Los Angeles Rams

Record: 0-2 | QBR: 20.5 | Passing TD: 1 | Last Week’s Rank: NR

Comment: Tossed two INTs in a narrow loss to Seattle.

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