NFL quarterback No. 13 – Ryan Tannehill, Tennessee Titans
It’s really hard to bash Ryan Tannehill who has a 72-59 record as a starting quarterback in the NFL, but he always seems to make a few bad decisions that keep the Titans from getting to the next level.
They are a team that relies on running the football and play great defense to win games. Tannehill gets more credit than he really deserves because of how good the roster is around him.
When you dig into the stats, he is just another guy that has only thrown for 4,000 plus yards twice in his 9-year career and has only had playoff success during one season. I’m not saying I wouldn’t want him as my starting quarterback, but he is definitely not a top choice in the league.
NFL quarterback No. 12 – Derek Carr, Las Vegas Raiders
I’m now getting to a point in the list where there will be several people who disagree with me. But let me be clear, I think any of these top 12 quarterbacks could win a Super Bowl on the right roster.
Derek Carr may only have a record of 57-70 in the NFL as a starter, but I think he has far more talent than that. He was on a few really bad teams, and I think has three or four more seasons left as an elite quarterback in the league.
The bad news for the Raiders, they are in the most competitive division in football. The Chiefs, Chargers, and Broncos all have quarterbacks ranked ahead of Carr, and make it very difficult to succeed.