2019 Preseason Rankings: Top 25 Quarterbacks


It feels like only yesterday that the Super Bowl was ending, and now we’re already starting to prepare for the 2019 season. Obviously it’s still early and things are subject to change, but let’s kick off our 2019 rankings with our Top 25 quarterbacks:

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs – What happens with Tyreek Hill will impact his outlook, but regardless he belongs atop the rankings for now
  2. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers – There will be questions in regards to the offense, given the change in head coach, but 28 TD vs. 8 INT last season can’t go overlooked
  3. Deshaun Watson – Houston Texans – They addressed the offensive line, using their first round pick on an upgrade, and if he can stay health his ability to make plays with both his arm and legs is extremely valuable
  4. Matt Ryan – Atlanta Falcons – All he does is produce, and with as good of a receiving corps as there is in the league why would we think anything is going to change
  5. Andrew Luck – Indianapolis Colts – Clearly it was a fantastic return for Luck, but he did throw 15 INT and doesn’t contribute with his legs
  6. Cam Newton – Carolina Panthers – If he hadn’t missed the final two weeks with a shoulder injury the hype/outlook may be even higher, but Newton has a strong set of skilled players (D.J. Moore, Christian McCaffrey & Greg Olsen) and brings the ability to make plays with his legs
  7. Carson Wentz – Philadelphia Eagles – Injuries continue to plague him, but when healthy he’s proven to be among the elite in the game and he should be primed to thrive again and ready for Week 1
  8. Jared Goff – Los Angeles Rams – Goff keeps improving, is coming off a tremendous season (4,688 yards, 32 TD, 12 INT) and could take the next leap forward in his development
  9. Baker Mayfield – Cleveland Browns – Mayfield was impressive as a rookie and now adds Kareem Hunt (after a suspension) and Odell Beckham Jr. to an already skilled array of weapons
  10. Ben Roethlisberger – Pittsburgh Steelers – With JuJu Smith-Schuster on the roster he should remain productive, but he won’t have Antonio Brown and that can’t be ignored
  11. Drew Brees – New Orleans Saints – He failed to surpass 4,000 yards for the first time in a season since 2005 as the Saints offense starts to center around the running backs
  12. Jameis Winston – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – There have always been some inconsistencies for Winston, but with Bruce Arians taking over as head coach it’s hard not to love the outlook
  13. Russell Wilson – Seattle Seahawks – There is always a concern over the number of attempts he’ll get, and without Doug Baldwin can we really expect his workload to increase significantly (427 attempts in ’18)
  14. Tom Brady – New England Patriots – He’s not the quarterback he once was, but does anyone really expect him not to produce
  15. Philip Rivers – Los Angeles Chargers – There always seems to be questions about his receiving corps/outlook, but all he does is continually put up numbers
  16. Jimmy Garoppolo – San Francisco 49ers
  17. Kirk Cousins – Minnesota Vikings
  18. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys
  19. Mitchell Trubisky – Chicago Bears
  20. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens
  21. Kyler Murray – Arizona Cardinals
  22. Derek Carr – Oakland Raiders
  23. Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions
  24. Sam Darnold – New York Jets
  25. Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills

Make sure to check out all of our 2019 preseason rankings:

PositionLast Update
Running Backs07/01/19
Wide Receivers07/22/19
Tight Ends07/15/19


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