#24. Brett Hundley
Hundley led the Packers to a 7-9 record after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone, ending his season. Brett threw for 9 TD’s and 13 INT’s. Hundley looked like he was still in school with most of his throws. Hundley brought versatility to the Packers as he also ran for 270 yards. He was able to be average enough to compete with some teams. The UCLA product will continue to grow under Rodgers next season and the future to come.
#23. Tom Savage
Savage led the Texans to a 4-12 record in place of starting QB Deshaun Watson. He threw for 5 TD’s and 6 INT’s. Savage still proved he was the Texans best backup QB as he held the throne as best he could as Watson heals for next season. His average play will somehow impress the Texans staff and Savage will find a way to be retained as the Texans backup QB next year. Hopefully he is all recovered from that horrific concussion injury.
#22. Drew Stanton
Stanton led the Cardinals to a 8-8 record despite starting QB Carson Palmer going down to injury. Now that Palmer has retired, the Cardinals will be desperate to join in on finding a QB for the 2018-19 season. Stanton threw for 6 TD’s and 5 INT’s. Also proving his worth as a backup QB in his average play. The Cardinals should definitely include Stanton in the QB competition in 2018-19, we shall see what the Cards do. My wild take could be Lamar Jackson further in the draft. Or Mason Rudolph.
#21. Jameis Winston
Jameis lead the Bucs to a 5-11 record throwing for 19 TD’s and 11 INT’s.
Jameis played hurt the entire season, finally returning to “full health” as the season went on. Jameis threw for 250+ yards 9 out of the 14 games he played this season. Safe to say he’ll bounce back next season with a healthier outlook and a better O-line.
#20. Cam Newton
Cam lead the Panthers to an 11-5 record throwing for 22 TD’s and 13 INT’s.
Cam looked himself throwing 14 TD’s and 5 INT’s in the first half of the season. Throwing for 8 TD’s and 8 INT’s in the second half. The Panthers carried Can with their electric Defense. With an average offense, the Panthers were ready to win games in comeback situations. Even having to comeback against the Jets. Should be a better year next year for Cam.
#19. Andy Dalton
Dalton led the Bengals to a 7-9 record, throwing for 25 TD’s and 12 INT’s. Dalton rebounded towards the end of the year. Throwing 11 TD’s and 8 INT’s the first half of the season, and 14 TD’s and 4 INT’s in the second half. Dalton has proven to be a very inconsistent QB in his 7th year in the league, which is why I rank him here. His upside is something to be happy about towards the end of the season if your a Bengal fan.