Jack’s take on The NFL’s Starting QB’s
#32. DeShone Kizer
Kizer lead the Browns to an 0-16 record, throwing 11 TD’s and 22 INT’s. Having a forgettable rookie year, Kizer looks to bounce back next year, or compete for a starting job with whoever the Browns draft at #1. (If its a QB).
#31. Trevor Siemian
Siemian lead the Broncos to a 5-11 record, throwing 12 TD’s and 14 INT’s. I don’t like this guy one bit. The QB situation in Denver is puzzling. If Paxton Lynch isn’t good enough to take over Siemian’s starting role, the who do they turn too? Kirk Cousins?
#30. Mitch Trubisky
Trubisky lead the Bears to a 5-11 record, throwing for 7 TD’s and 7 INT’s. I don’t think he did overall a terrible job, but it wasn’t good enough to save John Fox’s job. I think Trubisky will be a star someday in the league though
#29. Jay Cutler
Cutler lead the Phins’ to a 6-10 record throwing for 19 TD’s and 14 INT’s. Not a bad season statistically for Cutler coming out of Retirement, but a bad year for a Dolphins team who sought out the playoffs last year with Ryan Tannehill.
#28. Eli Manning
Eli had his worst year as a Giant, leading the G-Men to 3-13 record. He threw 19 TD’s and 13 INT’s. Eli will definitely bounce back next year with a healthy OBJ and Sterling Shepard. Without them, Eli couldn’t get the ball out at all. It also didn’t help that the O-Line can’t block as well.
#27. Jacoby Brissett
Brissett picked up the Colts after the Andrew Luck situation unfolded further. He lead the Colts to a 4-12 record, throwing for 13 TD’s and 7 INT’s. He also ran for 4 TD’s and 260 yards. Brissett is a good QB, plagued on a team full of holes. Brissett has proved he belongs as a QB1/2, it probably won’t be for the Colts when Luck returns.
#26. Joe Flacco
Flacco threw for 18 TD’s and 13 INT’s. He lead the Ravens to a 9-7 record. I personally think Flacco is the most overrated QB in the league. His deep ball ability provides a spark in Flacco, but the Ravens mainly won in 2017 because of there overall team ability to win. Weather it was the RB’s or the Defense. Flacco shows upside at times, but his inconsistent play enforces his struggle to breakout into that elite QB status
#25. Josh McCown
McCown threw for 18 TD’s and 9 INT’s. Leading the Jets to a 5-11 record, after suffering a broken hand near the end of the season. McCown was excellent in his role as interim QB, as the Jets look for a franchise QB this upcoming offseason. McCown showed to the world that he can still dish the rock as a QB1/2, but probably will be a backup QB else where or maybe back with the Jets.