2022 NFL QB Power Rankings, Week 10: Patrick Mahomes Rules Them All;  Tom Brady returns to the top 10

2022 NFL QB Power Rankings, Week 10: Patrick Mahomes Rules Them All; Tom Brady returns to the top 10

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Josh Allen gets all the love for his ability to make plays on the court, but watch the No.15 break through the scramble for an important win over the tough Titans. Mahomes remains the standard for primetime handheld gaming. 2
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Allen was his own biggest critic after Buffalo’s loss to New York, and it’s fine for him to admit the truth: Too often he gets greedy, submitting to the temptations of his own world-class athleticism. MVP contender or not, he’s on course for a career-high 17 interceptions while throwing it around the court. 3
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This should be your favorite MVP. Even with a choppy start against the hometown Texans in Week 9, he’s been the closest thing to a perfect QB this year, wearing all hats (deep ball artist, efficient playmaker, killer on the goal line, open field weapon) for the best and most balanced team in the NFL. 4
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Pete Carroll is squarely in the Coach of the Year conversation, and Geno’s inexplicable escape is a big reason why. Week after week, he hits over 70% of his shots, and not safely. Seattle moves with authority because of its confidence. (+1) 5
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The fact that he finishes 70% of his throws, with the third most touchdowns of any QB, despite a slow start and occasional hiccups without Ja’Marr Chase, is a testament to his poise on the big stage. The guy is a winner, and when the coins click around him, few are better. (-1) 6
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How we wish the Ravens had offered him a legit WR body. No, he’s not perfect for spreading it on the field, but he continues to carry the Ravens offense with that video game speed that only he is capable of in this position. seven
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Each time he completes a start, it becomes a little harder to minimize his growth under Mike McDaniel. Whatever limitations he may have in hitting his speedsters in stride, Tua was bold and extremely effective in times of crisis. Miami is much better with him on the court. (+2) 8
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The Bucs’ ugly win over the Rams was proof that while Tampa Bay might not have it, TB12 still does. Amid waves of dropped passes and elementary play calls, Brady continued to hit shots on time and when it mattered most. If only its cast and supporting crew could step in. (+3) 9
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All year, it’s been difficult to separate Herbert’s inconsistencies from Los Angeles’ flaws, including injuries and conservative strategy. It does just enough to keep them afloat. And yet, without him, they would be tossed about by the wind. ten
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Is he a top-10 QB overall? No. Is he having a good year, according to his criteria? Not necessarily. But does he feed the playmakers enough to keep winning close games? Yes, yes he is. The Vikings keep rolling and he showed resilience to help lead the way. (+2) 11
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Hard to assess given he’s only started three games this year, but the Cowboys are unquestionably better with him at the helm. His return to form as a jammer before they left was a big reason Dallas retained an upstart Bears team. (-3) 12
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The less he is noticed in Kyle Shanahan’s attack, the better. But he deserves a bit more attention for the way he generally controls the ball, especially coming off the bench as an emergency substitute at the start of the season. If he’s just a top-15 starter, San Francisco will make a run. (+2) 13
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For the first time in a long time, Rodgers was just as much, if not more, of a problem as his teammates against the Lions, putting the ball in jeopardy at the worst moments. Overall, he’s still their best prospect, and easily their most confident player, on a thin, underdog attack. (-3) 14
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For all the pomp and circumstance of his reputation and his relationship with Kliff Kingsbury, he’s basically been matched by Marcus Mariota in terms of dual threat production this year. The Cardinals have yet to be reliable/sustainable winners with him under center. (-2) 15
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Say hello to the NFL’s next best weapon. Fields went from an afterthought to a spoiler to an outright star in a matter of weeks, making some serious leaps as a sprint scrambler and passing decider. He really gave Chicago a reason to connect. Imagine if his weapons keep getting better with him. (+1) 16
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Like Fields, he came out of the perceived flop tag in the first round despite an uncertain supporting cast. Unlike Fields, his growth has mostly been in the area of ​​ball control rather than creating game-changing plays on his own. (+1) 17
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With Bradley Chubb shipped off at the trade deadline, maybe he’ll be more accepting of the idea that he alone is the man to play Superman in Denver and take off? We’re trying. Seriously, his feeling for the new team seems to be improving lately. (+3) 18
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Can he straighten his ankle and give Tennessee a slight boost through the air after Malik Willis’ limited early appearances? Either way, neither he nor the Titans WR corps are capable of playing a bigger role than Derrick Henry on a team built to win on the court. (-3) 19
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It’s not entirely his fault (see: O line, pass catcher injuries, etc.), but Carr has become even more streaky under Josh McDaniels, even with Davante Adams at his disposal. The track record is there, but right now he’s a very uneven starter. 20
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The Rams are mainly responsible for the sudden devolution of their Super Bowl champion; Stafford continues to have very few clean pockets to operate in, and Sean McVay is calling sheepish plays. He embraced much of the instability, however. (-2) 21
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His Curtis Samuel bombshell against the Vikings epitomized Heinicke’s experience as a starter: thrilling, improbable and unsustainable. He brings the juice, no doubt, and has Washington chippy as ever. But he still puts the ball too much in traffic. 22
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His comeback against the Raiders was exactly the boost of confidence he needed after a slip in Jacksonville. Turnkey decision making was paramount to him, and if he can channel that more often, he still has the arm to become something big. 23
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On his last outing, he finally used his big arm to attack, en route to a primetime upset. The Browns might be wise to play to his strengths by pushing him down, as he’s never been particularly accurate as a short-range game manager. (+2) 24
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One week, his legs headline a massive race day that helps the Falcons stun a top team. Another, Arthur Smith refuses to let him throw the ball. In that way, it’s like Atlanta right now: spicy, but untrustworthy. (-1) 25
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He dominated Aaron Rodgers on Sunday, which is something. He was also extremely inaccurate outside the red zone and threw a ball from deep poorly. The Lions can – and should – remain focused on continuing to compete here in 2023. (+1) 26
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It says a lot about his development and the staff overseeing him that we celebrate when he escapes a game without another major injury or turnover. The Patriots win because of their running game and their defense, and it’s been that way since Tom Brady left. (+2) 27
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So much for this air run as the surprise captain of a surprisingly explosive offense. It all deflated in prime time against the Ravens, with Dalton collapsing under the pressure of the front four and prompting a re-watch of Jameis Winston. (-3) 28
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He threw some real stuff early against the Eagles on Thursday, briefly threatening to antagonize Philly with accurate darts into enemy territory. Then, pressing as the game progressed, the turnovers piled up. They better keep it in the hands of Dameon Pierce. (+3) 29
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He never failed, says Ben McAdoo, he just got hurt. Right. No doubt Baker’s comeback was inspiring after PJ Walker fell back to Earth, but you wonder how long his natural moxie can translate to stable results. 30
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It will be interesting to see how he fare with Chase Claypool removed from the roster: better, with more opportunities to feed George Pickens? Or worse, with Matt Canada perhaps even more determined to lead the offense against heavyweight Najee Harris? (-1) 31
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His performance against the mighty Bills was a step in the right direction, but it’s still remarkable that New York tends to fare better when throwing the ball less. You just expect more from your QB at this level. (+1) 32
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I can’t wait to witness the Jeff Saturday effect here. (-2)


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