NFL quarterback rankings, Week 10: Josh Allen struggles

NFL quarterback rankings, Week 10: Josh Allen struggles

In Week 9, many signal-callers struggled including Patrick Mahomes, Josh Allen and Dak Prescott. It was a week of bad play in the NFL quarterback rankings.

Our 2021 FanSided NFL quarterback rankings go live each Tuesday morning throughout the regular season, and we use a sliding scale incorporating current and past performances, with the former meaning more as the year goes on.

32

Trevor Siemian

QB New Orleans Saints New Orleans Saints

2021 stats: 408 yards | 58.6 comp % | 3 TD | 0 INT | 5.8 YPA | 36.2 QBR

LW: 32

The Saints are going to need to win with defense. Siemian and Taysom Hill are backups, but nothing more.

31

Tyrod Taylor

QB Houston Texans Houston Texans

2021 stats: 656 yards | 63.2 comp % | 3 TD | 3 INT | 7.5 YPA | 44.5 QBR

LW: NA

Taylor came back after missing two months but was awful against the Dolphins, throwing a pair of ugly interceptions in a loss to the one-win Dolphins.

30

Jacoby Brissett

QB Miami Dolphins Miami Dolphins

2021 stats: 1,127 yards | 64.4 comp % | 5 TD | 4 INT | 5.6 YPA | 54.9 QBR

LW: NA

Brissett is the epitome of a conservative, backup quarterback. We’ll see if he gets another start on Thursday night.

29

Sam Darnold

QB Carolina Panthers Carolina Panthers

2021 stats: 1,986 yards | 59.5 comp % | 7 TD | 11 INT | 6.5 YPA | 35.8 QBR

LW: 23

Maybe Adam Gase wasn’t the problem. Darnold threw three more interceptions, and Carolina has to be running out of patience.

28

Mike White

QB New York Jets New York Jets

2021 stats: 702 yards | 72.7 comp % | 5 TD | 4 INT | 8.0 YPA | 60.5 QBR

LW: 27

White has been shockingly good, and it appears he’ll get another start this weekend against the Bills.

27

Jared Goff

QB Detroit Lions Detroit Lions

2021 stats: 1,995 yards | 66.9 comp % | 8 TD | 6 INT | 6.5 YPA | 30.4 QBR

LW: 26

Goff was great this week, mostly because he didn’t play.

26

Justin Fields

QB Chicago Bears Chicago Bears

2021 stats: 1,282 yards | 59.5 comp % | 4 TD | 8 INT | 6.3 YPA | 23.2 QBR

LW: 31

The Bears got ridiculously screwed in Pittsburgh by the officials. It takes away from Fields, who was brilliant for Chicago, throwing for 291 yards on 10.0 yards per attempt. Great showing.

25

Taylor Heinicke

QB Washington Football Team Washington Football Team

2021 stats: 1,928 yards | 63.9 comp % | 11 TD | 9 INT | 7.0 YPA | 41.8 QBR

LW: 24

See Goff.

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24

Trevor Lawrence

QB Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Jaguars

2021 stats: 1,821 yards | 59.5 comp % | 8 TD | 9 INT | 6.2 YPA | 35.8 QBR

LW: 22

Somehow, Lawrence did nothing and the Jaguars beat the Bills. However, in fairness, the No. 1 overall pick avoided turnovers, which is a great step.

23

Ben Roethlisberger

QB Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers

2021 stats: 1,986 yards | 65.1 comp % | 10 TD | 4 INT | 6.6 YPA | 41.6 QBR

LW: 21

Roethlisberger should be getting his AARP card in the mail any day now. His 42-yard deep ball to James Washington was in the air for roughly 23 minutes.

22

Jalen Hurts

QB Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles

2021 stats: 1,981 yards | 61.5 comp % | 11 TD | 4 INT | 7.3 YPA | 49.4 QBR

LW: 20

Hurts was terrific against the Chargers, but the Philadelphia defense made sure it wasn’t enough. The second-year man is showing signs of being a quality starter.

21

Daniel Jones

QB New York Giants New York Giants

2021 stats: 2,059 yards | 64.8 comp % | 8 TD | 5 INT | 7.0 YPA | 45.4 QBR

LW: 18

Jones is largely avoiding the big mistakes that have marked his career, but the big plays aren’t there for Big Blue.

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20

Jimmy Garoppolo

QB San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers

2021 stats: 1,754 yards | 65.3 comp % | 8 TD | 5 INT | 8.2 YPA | 48.9 QBR

LW: 16

If the 49ers aren’t turning to Trey Lance now, then when? The veteran has been mediocre and at 3-5 with little playoff hope, why not make the switch?

19

Teddy Bridgewater

QB Denver Broncos Denver Broncos

2021 stats: 2,163 yards | 70.2 comp % | 14 TD | 5 INT | 7.6 YPA | 50.5 QBR

LW: 19

Bridgewater was terrific against the Cowboys, helping Denver shock Dallas in its building. The Broncos are 5-4 and getting healthier. They need Bridgewater to continue his steady play.

18

Baker Mayfield

QB Cleveland Browns Cleveland Browns

2021 stats: 1,917 yards | 66.7 comp % | 8 TD | 3 INT | 8.5 YPA | 44.4 QBR

LW: 17

In his first week without Odell Beckham, Mayfield threw for 218 yards and two touchdowns on 10.4 yards per attempt. Really nice week for Mayfield and the Browns, both of whom needed it.

17

Mac Jones

QB New England Patriots New England Patriots

2021 stats: 2,135 yards | 68.0 comp % | 10 TD | 7 INT | 7.1 YPA | 49.0 QBR

LW: 13

Jones has been under fire for his controversial play against Brian Burns, but in terms of quarterback play, he was very pedestrian, throwing for 139 yards with a touchdown and interception. No team asks less of its signal-caller than New England.

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16

Ryan Tannehill

QB Tennessee Titans Tennessee Titans

2021 stats: 2,145 yards | 66.1 comp % | 11 TD | 8 INT | 7.4 YPA | 61.6 QBR

LW: 12

Tannehill threw for 143 yards on 5.3 yards per attempt against the Rams, and the Titans blew Los Angeles out, 28-16. It was a bizarre game, and Tannehill essentially got a bye week.

15

Kirk Cousins

QB Minnesota Vikings Minnesota Vikings

2021 stats: 2,140 yards | 68.2 comp % | 16 TD | 2 INT | 7.1 YPA | 55.3 QBR

LW: 11

Cousins’ stats are always solid, but the film shows a player who leaves far too many yards on the field. This was true against the Ravens, whether it was line calls or missed throws.

14

Matt Ryan

QB Atlanta Falcons Atlanta Falcons

2021 stats: 2,157 yards | 69.4 comp % | 15 TD | 6 INT | 7.2 YPA | 58.4 QBR

LW: 15

Ryan was fantastic against the Saints, throwing for 343 yards (11.2 YPA) and a pair of touchdowns in a wild 27-25 win. Atlanta is 4-4 and heads to Dallas for a revenge game with Dan Quinn.

13

Joe Burrow

QB Cincinnati Bengals Cincinnati Bengals

2021 stats: 2,497 yards | 68.2 comp % | 20 TD | 11 INT | 8.7 YPA | 48.8 QBR

LW: 10

The interceptions need to cease. Burrow now leads the league with 11, and as teams clamp down on rookie star receiver Ja’Marr Chase over the past few weeks, the youngster has really struggled to adjust.

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12

Carson Wentz

QB Indianapolis Colts Indianapolis Colts

2021 stats: 2,198 yards | 63.3 comp % | 17 TD | 3 INT | 7.3 YPA | 59.1 QBR

LW: 14

Wentz lit up the Jets in Week 9, getting Indy to 4-5 and back in the mix. After struggling horribly in 2020, Wentz is having an excellent season for the Colts despite his weapons being banged up.

11

Patrick Mahomes

QB Kansas City Chiefs Kansas City Chiefs

2021 stats: 2,534 yards | 65.2 comp % | 20 TD | 10 INT | 7.0 YPA | 54.3 QBR

LW: 8

Mahomes falls out of the top 10 once again. He avoided a turnover for the first time since Week 1, but he looks awful. Bad reads and forced throws have turned him into a sub-par player this past month.

10

Derek Carr

QB Las Vegas Raiders Las Vegas Raiders

2021 stats: 2,565 yards | 67.3 comp % | 13 TD | 7 INT | 8.2 YPA | 53.8 QBR

LW: 7

Carr had his worst week against the Giants. He threw two interceptions to safety Xavier McKinney, including a telegraphed pick-six. Still, he’s worthy of a top-10 spot. Great year overall.

9

Josh Allen

QB Buffalo Bills Buffalo Bills

2021 stats: 2,236 yards | 65.5 comp % | 17 TD | 5 INT | 7.0 YPA | 57.5 QBR

LW: 6

Allen slides a bit after an ugly game against Jacksonville. While his offensive line was a disaster, Allen also threw two hideous interceptions, including one to his name counterpart which was a horrid decision. The Bills can’t run, so they depend heavily on Allen. He’s had too many down games.

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8

Dak Prescott

QB Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys

2021 stats: 2,045 yards | 69.4 comp % | 18 TD | 5 INT | 8.0 YPA | 53.6 QBR

LW: NA

Prescott came back from his calf injury and likely wishes he waited a week. The Cowboys got handled by the Broncos while the passing game struggled mightily. This week, the Falcons try their hand at slowing down one of the league’s top offenses.

7

Justin Herbert

QB Los Angeles Chargers Los Angeles Chargers

2021 stats: 2,350 yards | 66.1 comp % | 18 TD | 6 INT | 7.4 YPA | 64.1 QBR

LW: 9

Play the Eagles, put up numbers. It was Herbert’s turn this week, who after a pair of poor showings went 32-of-38 for 356 yards with two scores. Los Angeles needed it all in a last-second 27-24 win to move into first place of the AFC West.

6

Aaron Rodgers

QB Green Bay Packers Green Bay Packers

2021 stats: 1,894 yards | 67.1 comp % | 17 TD | 3 INT | 8.3 YPA | 66.9 QBR

LW: 5

Rodgers had a long week. Let’s just leave it at that.

5

Lamar Jackson

QB Baltimore Ravens Baltimore Ravens

2021 stats: 2,209 yards | 65.0 comp % | 13 TD | 7 INT | 8.3 YPA | 58.0 QBR

LW: 4

Jackson had another bizarre game, but he makes so many plays. Against the Vikings, he threw two interceptions and posted 6.5 yards per attempt. Yet he also went for three touchdowns and ran for 120 yards. He’s the toughest player to defend in the NFL.

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4

Russell Wilson

QB Seattle Seahawks Seattle Seahawks

2021 stats: 1,196 yards | 72.0 comp % | 10 TD | 1 INT | 9.6 YPA | 63.3 QBR

LW: NA

With the Seahawks at 3-5 and headed to Lambeau Field, Wilson steps into one heck of a situation. Can he bring Seattle back from the brink and drive it to the playoffs?

3

Matthew Stafford

QB Los Angeles Rams Los Angeles Rams

2021 stats: 2,771 yards | 68.2 comp % | 23 TD | 6 INT | 8.6 YPA | 69.8 QBR

LW: 1

Stafford had to drop a few spots. On Sunday night, he suffered his first truly poor game of 2021, throwing one pick-six and another interception which was returned inside the 5-yard line. It was a wreck of a showing.

2

Kyler Murray

QB Arizona Cardinals Arizona Cardinals

2021 stats: 2,276 yards | 72.7 comp % | 17 TD | 7 INT | 8.9 YPA | 63.2 QBR

LW: 3

Murray didn’t play last week, but moved up because of Stafford’s effort. With the Cardinals at 8-1 and Murray enjoying a great year, he’s a solid MVP candidate.

1

Tom Brady

QB Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tampa Bay Buccaneers

2021 stats: 2,650 yards | 67.3 comp % | 25 TD | 5 INT | 7.7 YPA | 69.5 QBR

LW: 2

Brady is 44 years old. Make this make sense.

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