Power Rankings: Case Keenum nearly dead last in list ranking all 32 NFL QBs


With each passing year, no pun intended, the National Football League becomes more and more of a quarterback-driven league. The day and age of teams running the football 40 times per game are a thing of the past, replaced by an era in which quarterbacks throwing 50 passes across four quarters of play is commonplace.

Thus, having the right guy under center is more important now than ever. Simply put, a team can’t contend if they don’t have a good quarterback. And with rare exception, they can’t win a title unless they have a great quarterback.

So which teams are in the best shape, and which ones are in a world of hurt, when it comes to having the right person in this vital position? The editors at cover32 provide their rankings of NFL quarterbacks, based on who would be the starter if the season got going today. To see if Case Keenum checks in dead last, click here.

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  • mike

    R u on serious ? Didn’t Tom Brady beat Andre Luck in the 2013 play off without throwing a touch down.

  • mike

    Also didn’t Russell Wilson beat almost beat Payton M. going up 29 to 3 without throwing a touch down except late two touch down in garbage time. The team defense wins game with an average QB’s. As it shows in last super bowl.