NFL QBs Power Rankings Betting Analysis: Brady and Mahomes at the Top 

NFL QBs Power Rankings Betting Analysis: Brady and Mahomes at the Top 

Tampa Bay player Tom Brady and Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes lead the top ten in our NFL QB Power Rankings. Both Brady and Mahomes threw great games in NFL Week 11. Although Aaron Rodgers’ team lost to Minnesota this past Sunday, AR remains in the top five. Also in the top five are a couple of young signal-callers, Justin Herbert and Mac Jones. Check out the ten quarterbacks on our NFL QB Power Rankings so you can continue betting against the NFL odds.

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Updated NFL QB Power Rankings – Top 10

  1. Tom Brady – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Buccaneers had lost two straight. On Monday night, Tom Brady said a third straight wasn’t going to happen with 307 yards, 2 TDs, and a single pick. No quarterback in the league has as much control over a game as Terrific Tom.

  1. Patrick Mahomes – Kansas City Chiefs

Mahomes built upon his fantastic 5 TD and 406 yards performance versus the Raiders with a so-so 260 yards and INT performance in a win over the Cowboys. Although Patrick didn’t dominate, he made the necessary throws for the Chiefs to grab their fourth straight and their fifth out of their last six. 

  1. Aaron Rodgers – Green Bay Packers

Minnesota outlasted the Green Bay Packers 34-31, but it wasn’t becuase of Aaron Rodgers, who threw for 385 yards and 4 TDs. If the loss proved anything, it’s that Green Bay’s defense is okay but no great. If not for AR, the Vikings would have blown out the Packers. So let’s give Rodgers his due. 

  1. Justin Herbert – Los Angeles Chargers

For all of the talk surrounding KC, the Chiefs are a half a game ahead of the Chargers in the AFC West. Kansas City gets a bye this week, which means Herbert and the Bolts can tie KC atop the divison. Herbert was fantastic in a 41-37 win over the Steelers in Week 11. He more than deserves his top four ranking.  

  1. Mac Jones – New England Patriots

Jones at fifth? Yep. The Patriots’ rookie quarterback has a very good 5-to-2 TD to INT ratio in the Pats’ last three games. Not only that, but New England is the hottest team in the NFL and suddenly tied with the Bills for first place in the AFC East. 

  1. Matthew Stafford – Los Angeles Rams 

It’s tough to make Staff lower than sixth because neither Josh Allen nor Dak Prescott played well in Week 11. Also, Lamar and Kyler didn’t step onto the field. So the former UGA star gets a higher ranking than he probably deserves even thoug the Rams have lost two straight and were thoroughly embarrased by the San Francisco 49ers in Week 11. 

  1. Josh Allen – Buffalo Bills

Allen was absolutely horrendous in the 41-15 loss to the Colts. But JA gets the seven spot before Dak Prescott because the Bills played the most opportunistic team in the NFL. Indy’s D has more takeaways than any other team in the league. Allen must beat a tough defense on the road in Thursday night’s game versus the New Orleans Saints. Can Josh pull it off? Maybe. Mabye not. 

  1. Dak Prescott – Dallas Cowboys

Prescott falls below Allen becuase the Bills played a surging Indianapolis squad. It’s true that the Chiefs are playing well. Still, when you’re the second hight-paid player in the NFL, you should lead your team to more points than 9 versus a defense that allows 22.7 per game. Again, KC has played well. But let’s not give Dak a pass because the Cowboys were on the road. 

  1. Lamar Jackson – Baltimore Ravens

Lamar suffered a non-COVID illness that kept him out of the Ravens’ 16-13 road win against the Chicago Bears. Jackson should play against the Browns this Sunday. Lamar doesn’t deserve to drop out of the top ten just because he was sick.

  1. Kyler Murray – Arizona Cardinals 

Murray didn’t play in Arizona’s 23-13 win against the Seahawks. Like Lamar, Kyler should get back onto the field this Sunday in Zona’s matchup versus the Chicago Bears. 

Top 10 Honorable Mention – Jalen Hurts – Philadelphia Eagles 

In Philadelphia’s 40-29 win against the New Orleans Saints, Jalen did what he always does, pretend he’s Troy Aikman by managing the football game and making the necessary throws. Hurts’ style is working because the Eagles have won 3-of-4 and two in a row. 

 
 

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