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Week 9 around the NFL world shook up our quarterback ratings big time. Both Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady struggled in uncharacteristic road losses.
On the other end of the ledger, youngsters Deshaun Watson and Lamar Jackson came to play. Both announced their presence in the MVP race heading into Week 10.
It’s in this that we give you our look at the top-10 NFL quarterbacks heading into Week 10.
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1. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks
The likely NFL MVP heading into Week 10, Wilson continues to outshine his counterparts. He put up five touchdowns in a narrow win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and has tallied a league-high 22 passing scores compared to one interception through nine games.
Wilson now has his most difficult task of the season, a trek to Santa Clara to take on the undefeated 49ers on “Monday Night Football.” He’ll put these numbers up against a league-best pass defense that’s yielding 138.1 passing yards per game and an absurdly low 65.7 quarterback rating.
Despite not playing in each of the past two games, Mahomes ascends the rankings. That’s primarily because of the performances we saw from other top-end quarterbacks around the NFL last week. But make no mistake about it, Mahomes’ minor injury scare is not going to let him drop much further down the rankings. Now that he’s set to return, the reigning MVP will be back up to his old tricks.
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As it is, Mahomes heads into Week 10 leading the NFL in passing yards per game (311.4) and yards per completion (13.9). Based on how the likes of Tyreek Hill and Mecole Hardman have looked with him sidelined, we’re expecting the gunslinger to pick up where he left off Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
It’s getting hard to explain just how good Jackson is without showing you videos such as these. He’s been a godsend for the Ravens, a fact that came to light during last week’s blowout win over the New England Patriots.
The second-year quarterback finds himself on pace for nearly 1,300 rushing yards with 10 scores on the ground. He’s also thrown 12 touchdowns compared to five interceptions en route to leading the NFL’s top-scoring offense. Jackson is a legit MVP candidate heading into what should be an easy Week 10 game against the winless Cincinnati Bengals.
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What a brutal performance from Rodgers and his Packers offense in a 26-11 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers last week. Rodgers had less than 50 net passing yards heading into the fourth quarter. Green Bay finished the game with 184 total yards and 13 first downs.
This takes a little bit of the zip away from the domination we saw Rodgers display over the past few weeks. It also has us wondering whether the Packers’ offense is set for further disappointment. As it is, Rodgers heads into Week 10 having thrown for 2,485 yards with 17 touchdowns and two interceptions. Those are some banner numbers right there.
Watson’s workmanlike performance against a good Jaguars team in London last week helps him jump others. He might have put up some eye-opening plays in the win, but being a steady hand helped the now 6-3 Texans overcome the loss of J.J. Watt to a season-ending injury.
The third-year quarterback has now accounted for 2,711 total yards with 23 touchdowns and five interceptions on the season. He’s going to need to keep this up if Houston wants to be seen as a legitimate threat in the AFC. The team’s defense just isn’t going to be good enough to overcome inconsistency from Watson.
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Two games against winning teams. Two big struggles. Fresh off a blowout loss to the above-mentioned Ravens, we’re a bit concerned about regression on Brady’s part. That’s especially true when it comes to the lack of a receiving threat at tight end in New England’s offense.
Those two games against winnings squads (Buffalo, Baltimore) have seen Brady put up a 64.6 quarterback rating. He’s posted a 102.1 rating against teams with losing records. Those squads are a combined 12-46. Brady can’t be in the top five with splits like this.
Cousins’ three-touchdown, zero-interception performance in a loss to the Chiefs last week was misleading. He completed less than 50% of his passes and once against struggled passing down the field. It was a hiccup after the embattled quarterback put up an historical four-game stretch for the Vikings.
Despite these struggles, Cousins heads into Week 10 in the midst of a career-best season. The veteran is on pace for nearly 4,000 passing yards with 28 touchdowns and just five interceptions. He just needs to prove his worth against winning squads, starting this week against the Dallas Cowboys.
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Throughout the 49ers’ undefeated start to the season, Garoppolo was seen as a weak link. He’s been riding an historically good defense. That changed last week in a brilliant four-touchdown performance against the Arizona Cardinals. Simply put, Garoppolo was the reason San Francisco came out with its eighth consecutive win to open the season.
We’re now going to want to see some consistency on the part of Garoppolo. He’s tossed six touchdowns and one interception for a 128.2 passer rating over the past two games, leading San Francisco to an average of 39.5 points per. Can Jimmy GQ keep this up Monday night against a suspect Seahawks pass defense?
In terms of fantasy football numbers, Stafford was on in a narrow loss to the Oakland Raiders last week. One of the league’s most underrated quarterbacks completed 26-of-41 passes for 406 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. Though, that pick came in the end zone and could have made the difference in a one-touchdown game.
We’re still not going to crack on Stafford too much. The former No. 1 overall pick enters Week 10 on pace for 5,000 passing yards with 38 touchdowns and 10 interceptions while completing north of 64% of his passes.
It’s easy to conclude that Wentz has been nothing more than a game manager through the first nine games of the Eagles’ season. The fourth-year quarterback has thrown one touchdown or fewer five times, incuding in each of the past three games.
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That’s fine and dandy. However, DeSean Jackson’s injury issues coupled with Alshon Jeffery’s struggles and no real depth at receiver has impacted Wentz. He’s still thrown for 2,060 yards with 15 scores and just four picks this season. Those are not terrible numbers.
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The Giants roster, in hindsight, doesn’t look all that amazing on paper. Sure, there was Buster Posey, but the leading home run hitter for the 2010 Giants was Aubrey Huff. However, the Giants had quite the pitching staff. We’re talking Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain and a promising young pitcher named Madison Bumgarner. They won 92 games during the regular season, second most in the National League, and then went on to win their first World Series since moving from New York to San Francisco. Jose Luis Villegas/Sacramento Bee/TNS/Sipa USA
It’s amazing what one transfer can do. Auburn got former Florida quarterback Cam Newton to join the team out of JUCO prior to the 2010 season, and that changed everything for the Tigers. Newton won the Heisman en route to leading the Tigers to an undefeated season. In the BCS title game, Auburn barely squeezed by the then-undefeated Oregon Ducks, but Newton and Co. pulled it off to win the title. Robin Trimarchi/Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/MCT/Sipa USA
The Storm trounced the competition during the 2010 campaign. Led by MVP Lauren Jackson, the Storm went 28-6, including a spotless 17-0 record at home. Perfection was the name of the game for Seattle, because the Storm proceeded to win every single one of their playoff games en route to the title. Chuck Myers/MCT/Sipa USA
This is the first team we’ve listed that didn’t win the title, but you don’t need a ring to be a memorably great squad. The Canucks notched 117 points on the season, winning the Presidents Trophy by a wide margin. The dynamic duo of Henrik and Daniel Sedin both finished in the top four in points, with Daniel winning the Art Ross. Vancouver made it to the Stanley Cup Finals, where it and the Boston Bruins went to a seventh game. However, there the Bruins, the three seed out of the East, ended up hoisting the Cup. Mark Van Manen/Postmedia News/MCT/Sipa USA
The 2010-11 NBA season was overwhelmed by LeBron James taking his talent to South Beach in the offseason. However, the Bulls had the best regular season. Led by MVP Derrick Rose, the Bulls went 62-20. They ended up losing to the Heat, who had rounded into form, in the Eastern Conference Finals, but then the Heat proceeded to lose to the Mavericks in the NBA Finals. That’s why the Bulls are the team to remember from this season. Jose M. Osorio/Chicago Tribune/MCT/Sipa USA
If you want to talk teams of the decade, Barcelona is definitely in the mix. The 2010-11 version of Barcelona may have been the best team they had in the 2010s. Led by Lionel Messi, who scored 31 goals in league play, Barcelona finished with a 30-6-2 record, posting a plus-74 goal differential in the process. That wasn’t all for Barca, who also won the Champions League with a 3-1 win over Manchester United in the finals. Sir Alex Ferguson called this team the toughest he faced in his storied career. PA Images/Sipa USA
The Patriots went 13-3 in this campaign. The Packers actually went 15-1, but they lost their first playoff game. New England went all the way to the Super Bowl. Of course, there they lost to the New York Giants. It was the second time the Pats were stunned by an underdog Giants squad but without the helmet catch fun this time. Jim McIsaac/Newsday/MCT/Sipa USA
The only name I really need to say is Anthony Davis. In his one season in college he was stunningly good. However, this squad also had Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, and Davis and MKG ended up going first and second, respectively, in the 2012 NBA Draft. The Wildcats won the title after losing only two games all year, finishing with a 38-2 record. That set a record for the most wins in a single NCAA men’s basketball season. Rich Sugg/Kansas City Star/MCT/Sipa USA
Unsurprisingly, this Alabama team was loaded with talent. The offensive line was quite good, and the defense was loaded with future NFL talent. The Tide did lose one game — you may recall Johnny Manziel’s magical performance that season — but they still made it back to the title game. There, they destroyed Notre Dame by a score of 42-14 to repeat as champions. Shane Keyser/Kansas City Star/MCT/Sipa USA
Led by the dynamic duo of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, the Thunder posted a 60-22 record. This is a story of what could have been though. Westbrook went down with a season-ending injury in the first round of the playoffs, which kept the Thunder from making a trip to the NBA Finals. We have to wonder what a healthy team might have done. Xinhua/Sipa USA
This was the best team of the era of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami. The Heat posted a 66-16 record, with LeBron emerging as the MVP. You surely remember the NBA Finals matchup between the Heat and the Spurs. You know, that famous, iconic Game 6 where Ray Allen hit that three to keep Miami’s hopes alive? They would win the series in seven and cap one of the best NBA seasons ever. Pedro Portal/EL Nuevo Herald/MCT/Sipa USA
The Bundesliga doesn’t get the love of the English or Spanish leagues, so a team has to really dominate to stick out in Germany. That’s exactly what Bayern Munich did in this campaign. This team was absolutely loaded with talent, including the likes of Manuel Neuer, Philipp Lahm and Thomas Muller. Bayern went 29-4-1 with a plus-80 goal differential. They finished with 91 points, and no other team had more than 66. The Munich squad also won the Champions League for good measure. PAUL DANOUN/SIPA
Did the 2013 Broncos have the greatest offense in NFL history? You can make the argument. They scored 606 points, the most ever by an NFL team. They owed a lot of that to the fact Peyton Manning threw a stunning 55 touchdown passes, which also broke a record. The Broncos made it all the way to the Super Bowl, where, well, things could have gone better. Jose Carlos Fajardo/Bay Area News Group/MCT/Sipa USA
Who beat those 2013 Broncos in the Super Bowl? That would be the Seahawks. Like the Broncos, the Seahawks went 13-3. However, they were powered by a tremendous defense. That defense came out to play in the Super Bowl. The Seahawks jumped on the Broncos, winning the title with a stunning 43-8 victory. Lui Kit Wong/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT/Sipa USA
Laden with talent like David Ortiz and Dustin Pedroia, the Red Sox finished with the best record in the American League in 2013. With 97 wins, they tied the Cardinals for the most wins in the majors. Those two teams matched off in the World Series, where the Red Sox won it all in six games. Remember when the Red Sox went forever without winning a World Series? By 2013 it had become business as usual. David Carson/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT/Sipa USA
A whopping 25 players from this Seminoles team ended up playing in the NFL. That includes a redshirt freshman quarterback named Jameis Winston who ended up having a great year. It’s the secondary that was really incredible though. We’re talking Lamarcus Joyner, Ronald Darby and true freshman Jalen Ramsey. The Seminoles went undefeated, including winning the national championship. Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer/MCT/Sipa USA
The Spurs got their revenge on the Heat in this season. Powered by the big three of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker, they finished with a 62-20 record. They matched up with the Heat again in the NBA Finals, but this time the Spurs got the jump on them. San Antonio cruised to a five-game series victory. The MVP? An up-and-coming player named Kawhi Leonard. Michael Laughlin/Sun Sentinel/MCT/Sipa USA
The 2014 WNBA season was a battle between two Western Conference teams, the Mercury and the Minnesota Lynx. Phoenix, led by Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, came out on top. The Mercury had a 29-5 record, best in the league, and beat the Lynx to make it to the WNBA Finals. There, they swept the Chicago Sky to win the title. Chuck Myers/MCT/Sipa USA
Apparently going 12-4 was en vogue in 2014. Five teams, including the Patriots, finished the year with a 12-4 record. Two of those teams, the Patriots and the Seahawks, made it to the Super Bowl. The Seahawks couldn’t repeat, though, because the Patriots emerged victorious, getting Tom Brady and Bill Belichick yet another ring. John Woike/Hartford Courant/TNS
How does a team that lost in the Final Four end up on this list? When that was the team’s first loss of the season. The Wildcats, led by Karl-Anthony Towns, were 38-0 when they faced the Wisconsin Badgers in the Final Four. John Calipari’s team lost, but until then they were an unstoppable juggernaut. Charles Bertram/Lexington Herald-Leader/TNS
The team that ended up winning it all in 2015? That would be Duke. Coach K’s squad was a one seed thanks to having a 29-4 record when the tournament began. Let by the freshman trio of Jahlil Okafor, Tyus Jones and Justise Winslow, the Blue Devils would go on to win it all, the fifth title in school history. Sam Riche/TNS
In its first year as a member of the AAC, the Huskies lost their second game of the season to Stanford. That would be their only loss of the campaign. Connecticut cruised to a 38-1 record to win yet another women’s college basketball title. Breanna Stewart won about every individual award available. Too bad she couldn't get that win over Stanford, huh? Brad Horrigan/Hartford Courant/TNS
And lo, a dynasty was born. The Warriors jettisoned Mark Jackson as head coach, replacing him with Steve Kerr. That helped, but the emergence of Steph Curry as one of the best players in the league was the real boost. Curry won the MVP, the Warriors went 67-15 and then they proceeded to beat the Cavaliers for their first title during this run. Geoff Burke/USA TODAY Sports
We had ended the era of the BCS by this time. Derrick Henry won one of the more unassuming Heismans for a juggernaut Crimson Tide team. Alabama did lose a game during the regular season and actually entered the playoffs as the two seed behind Clemson. They obliterated Michigan State, 38-0, in the semifinals and then took down Clemson, 45-40, in an all-time classic for yet another title for Nick Saban and Co. Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports
Cam Newton does it again. Much as how he won a Heisman at Auburn to lead the Tigers to glory, Newton won the MVP in 2015, leading the Panthers to a 15-1 record. The only difference this time? Carolina didn’t win the title. The Panthers made it to the Super Bowl, but there they were defeated. Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports
Yes, Peyton Manning was still the quarterback of the Broncos in 2015, but he was not the same guy. In fact, during the regular season he threw more picks than touchdowns. So how did the Broncos win the Super Bowl? They had a truly amazing defense. Led by Von Miller and coordinator Wade Phillips, the Denver D shut down everybody in the playoffs, including the Panthers, who only managed 10 points in the Super Bowl loss. Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports
When the decade began, the Royals were mired in a stretch of mediocrity. Then, suddenly, they emerged as one of the best teams in the majors. Prospects and an elite bullpen powered the Royals to the best record in the American League. A team that had been a joke for many years took down the Mets to win their first World Series since the ‘80s. It was a magical run by a great team. Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports
There is no question what program was the dominant force in women’s basketball in the 2010s. The 2015-16 season was the pinnacle of that run though. This wasn’t just the school’s fourth straight title. The Huskies went undefeated! That’s right, they went 38-0. Nobody could beat Connecticut. Until the next year’s Final Four, that is. David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports
There are three NBA teams from the 2015-16 season on this list. What a season that was! The Spurs bowed out of the playoffs in the Western Conference Semifinals, but they still deserve a spot here. San Antonio went 67-15 during the regular season, with a 40-1 record at home. You can’t deny a regular season of that caliber. Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports
However, the Spurs weren’t even the best regular season team this year. You remember this Warriors team. It’s the one that set a new record with a 73-9 record. Then Golden State went up three games to one in the NBA Finals. Of course, you know what happened after that. Kelley L Cox/USA TODAY Sports
LeBron James returned to Cleveland to get his hometown team its first NBA title. With the help of Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, he finally did it. During the regular season, the Cavs went 57-25. Of course, all that really matters is that seven-game series win in the NBA Finals. LeBron brought the title home. He made up for The Decision. It was an amazing run. Cary Edmondson/USA TODAY Sports
Oh, just another ho-hum Super Bowl season for the Patriots. New England went 14-2 in the regular season. In the Super Bowl, the Pats faced MVP Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons. You remember that amazing Super Bowl. New England came from behind to win in overtime, the first-ever overtime Super Bowl game. David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports
It happened. After over 100 years, the Cubs won the World Series. That alone would get them on this list. However, Joe Maddon’s crew also won 103 games. Their World Series against the Cleveland Indians, which they won in seven games, was a classic. David Richard/USA TODAY Sports
Hey, why not include a college hockey team in the mix. We decided the Pioneers were the top team of the decade. Denver finished the regular season ranked No. 1, posting a 33-7-4 record. The Pioneers scored 152 goals and allowed only 80. A lot of times the top-ranked team in men’s hockey doesn’t end up winning it all though. That wasn’t the case with Denver, which cruised through the first three games of the tourney, winning by at least three goals each time before beating Minnesota-Duluth in the finals. Dennis Wierzbicki/USA TODAY Sports
Barcelona appeared on the list earlier, so naturally their greatest rivals, Real Madrid, have to be included too. It was a close battle between the two, as Real Madrid, powered by Cristiano Ronaldo, won La Liga by only three points. In fact, Barca had a better goal differential. Madrid won the league title, though, and then trounced Juventus, 4-1, to win the Champions League as well. Mike Dinovo/USA TODAY Sports
The ’97 and ’98 Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup. It was the last time that a team won back-to-back Cups…until the Penguins pulled it off. After winning the Cup in 2016, the Penguins followed it up with another victory in 2017. Sidney Crosby got his third ring as captain, and we were given one of the best hockey teams of the decade. James Guillory/USA TODAY Sports
Once more, here are the Warriors. This time around, they had Kevin Durant in tow, as he followed the “if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em” philosophy. It paid off big time for KD and for the Warriors. Not only did Durant win the NBA Finals MVP, but Golden State also went 16-1 in the playoffs, coming oh-so-close to the first 16-0 run in NBA playoffs history. Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports
It was business as usual for the 2017 New England Patriots. They went 13-3 and made it to the Super Bowl. You know who else went 13-3 and made the Super Bowl? That would be the Eagles. Of course, during the year they lost Carson Wentz, replacing him with former starter Nick Foles. Foles went on a magical run, and the Eagles won their first-ever Super Bowl, making Philly sports fans act even crazier than usual. Matthew Emmons/USA TODAY Sports
In 2015, the Golden Knights of Central Florida went winless. How quickly things can change. Scott Frost took over as head coach and in two years turned the Knights into a force to be reckoned with. Central Florida went undefeated. This includes a Peach Bowl win over Auburn. Despite this the Golden Knights finished ranked sixth in the AP poll. What could have happened had UCF gotten a chance to play in the playoffs? We’ll never know. Matt Stamey/USA TODAY Sports
The 2017 Dodgers were totally stacked. They finished with a 104-58 record, tops in the majors. Cody Bellinger won Rookie of the Year, Clayton Kershaw had an incredible season, and Kenley Jansen was a lockdown closer. The Dodgers made it to the World Series but fell in seven games to the Astros. Richard Mackson/USA TODAY Sports
The Astros tore themselves down but were able to quickly build themselves back up. In addition to guys like Jose Altuve and Carlos Correa, the Astros had added Justin Verlander in a trade that changed the franchise. Only a couple of seasons removed from yet another 100-loss year, the Astros won 101 games and went on to win their first-ever World Series. Gary A. Vasquez/USA TODAY Sports
Weirdly, Villanova finished second in the Big East during the regular season. It had a better record than Xavier, but all four of its losses happened to be in-conference. Those were the only losses the Wildcats would have. They won the Big East tourney to get a one seed and then proceeded to win their second championship in three years. This time, they didn’t need a buzzer-beater either. Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports
The Premier League is the top league in Europe, and no team has ever had a better season than the 2016-17 Manchester City squad. That’s just math. Man City finished with 100 points, the most ever in the history of the Premier League. They also set records for wins, goals and goal differential. Nobody finished within 19 points of City. The team may have gone out of the Champions League in the quarterfinals, but history must be recognized. Jasen Vinlove/USA TODAY Sports
The Golden Knights are here based on the difficulty of their learning curve. Vegas was an expansion team. People assumed the Knights would be bad; expansion teams normally are. Instead, Vegas made the playoffs. Not only that. The Knights made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. It was a magical, improbable run. Though they eventually lost to the Capitals, this was maybe the most incredible season of the 2010s. Stan Szeto/USA TODAY Sports
The Red Sox won 108 games in 2018, the most a team had won since the Seattle Mariners in 2001. That team famously didn’t make it to the World Series. Boston, led by MVP Mookie Betts didn’t suffer the same fate. The Red Sox cruised to a World Series victory, beating the Dodgers in five games. Gary A. Vasquez/USA TODAY Sports
Clemson and Alabama were dueling to be the team of the decade, but this Clemson team may have been the best of the bunch. The Tigers, led by freshman quarterback Trevor Lawrence and a great defense, went undefeated during the regular season. To be fair, the ACC schedule was pretty easy. If you had quibbles, the Playoffs answered them. Clemson beat Notre Dame, 30-3, in the semifinals and then crushed Alabama, 44-16, in the title game. Kevin Jairaj/USA TODAY Sports
For years the Raptors just couldn’t get over the hump. Apparently what it took was getting one of the five best players in the NBA on their team. With the addition of Kawhi Leonard, the Raptors took on a whole new level of potential. Granted, Toronto was helped by Golden State suffering injuries in the playoffs, but the Raptors still got their first-ever NBA title. Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports
Liverpool put up 97 points on the season. That was the third most in Premier League history. The only problem for Liverpool? Manchester City finished with the second-most points in Premier League history. At least Jurgen Klopp’s squad could take solace in winning the Champions League, something Man City has never done. Brad Penner/USA TODAY Sports
Nevertheless, we have to honor Manchester City’s second of back-to-back titles. Like we just said, Man City had 98 points, the second-most ever for a Premier League season. They also had a plus-72 goal differential, better than Liverpool’s plus-67. Liverpool lost one game all season? Whom did they lose to? That would be Manchester City. Jasen Vinlove/USA TODAY Sports
We end with the most recent team on the list. Powered by the dynamic duo of Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole on the mound, the Astros won 107 games during the regular season, tops in the majors. Many expected a rematch between them and the Dodgers in the World Series, but instead the Astros met up with the upstart Washington Nationals. There, they ended up falling in seven games, but Houston still makes this list. It had one of the best offenses ever during the regular season. Somehow, it just disappeared in the World Series. Troy Taormina/USA TODAY Sports
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