How Baker Mayfield ranks among NFL QBs over the past three seasons
"Aaron Rodgers: 0.7% Drew Brees, Joe Burrow: 1.2% Jacoby Brissett: 1.3% Patrick Mahomes, Gardner Minshew: 1.4% Russell Wilson, Justin Herbert, Tom Brady, Matt Ryan, Dak Prescott, Derek Carr: 1.7% 38. Baker Mayfield: 2.9%"
Baker Mayfield’s interception problem was the biggest issue he needed to fix entering the 2020-2021 season for the Cleveland Browns, and he fixed it. His 2020-2021 campaign saw him have an interception percentage of 1.6%, which would be good enough for the sole spot of seventh in this ranking. Mayfield’s 2018 and 2019 campaigns were what weighs him down so heavily in this ranking, so take his ranking with a grain of salt.
Aaron Rodgers takes the crown in this statistic and has had the league’s lowest interception percentage each of the past three seasons. His 2018 campaign saw him have a whopping 0.3% interception percentage, as he threw only two interceptions on 597 attempts. The future Hall of Famer is truly a wizard with a football.
Rookie Joe Burrow was also of note on this list, notching an incredibly impressive 1.2% interception percentage on a bad team before suffering a season-ending injury. Burrow looks to be another one of the many impressive young quarterbacks in today’s NFL that is going to carry the game.