So the draft is just a week away and then we have the pit of misery till the NFL returns in July for camp? Pre season in August then the real deal.
The draft is considered to be one of the best QB classes since the eli, big Ben, rivers etc one according to some things I've read (it may just be draft hype) but I think it's in general agreement who the big 6 are. Everyone has a different opinion on who is better, how much they've watched, read etc so let's hear them, what order would you put this years QBs in!
#1 - Mayfield. Watched alot of his games over the last couple seasons and really like him. Always in the heisman talk and then won it this year. He's just a winner, never lost a road game? His leadership looks awesome, his team follow him and love him. His only red flags, one is off the field antics (and some on th field but not play, grabbing his nuts and the flag incident) and his height, which he can't control. If Mayfield was 6'2, I don't even think there is a discussion for #1 in the media. His accuracy and play has been better than the other 5 and he wins!
#2 - Darnold, not ready to play now imo, he'd be the youngest starter ever. He fumbles the ball alot but he is a great QB and leader.
#3 - Mason Rudolph, I really like Rudolph, think he's reliable and accurate. Doesn't turn the ball over too much and is your typical size etc. Think he probably is the last one of the 6 drafted but that could mean he lands in the best situation.
#4 - Lamar Jackson, the all round athlete. Another heisman winner, believe had just as many rushing Tds as passing TDs. Didn't watch him as much as I've seen others but looking at his stats, his accuracy is a problem and will he be able to run over NFL defenders as much as college. You can run around a lot but you got to make throws to win games or you'll be easy to stop.
#5 - Josh Rosen, most NFL ready is the one you normally see next to Rosen. He talks a good game and plays good in a good situation, but his number 1 sport was tennis until he got a shoulder injury that made him stop playing, he's had injury problems in college. Can someone with shoulder problems and concussion history last as a starter, and will he have the hunger to play as he said himself, he doesn't need football.
#6 Josh Allen - don't rate Allen, maybe he'll be a superstar but I just want QBs to be accurate and so far he hasn't been that