NFL quarterback No. 11 – Russell Wilson, Denver Broncos
I know a lot of people have Russell Wilson higher on their list, and I agree with you, that five years ago Wilson was likely a top eight or nine quarterback in the league.
One, he has gotten older and lost some mobility which has hurt him. And two, some of these young guys in the league have just been unreal the last few seasons.
I think Wilson will be better off in Denver and the Seahawks roster had just gotten bad the last few seasons, but he also isn’t a guy that I fear playing on a Sunday like in years past. Still a great quarterback with a few years left, but not the same guy he was in 2017.
NFL quarterback No. 10 – Matthew Stafford, Las Angeles Rams
For years, Lions fans simply didn’t know what they had with Matthew Stafford. And just like Goff has decreased output since leaving a great system, Stafford has increased his stock just as much.
We always knew he had the arm talent, he just needed the weapons and coaching to really unleash his potential. Not only did he win a Super Bowl in 2021, but he could also easily win another one in the next three years if he continues to play at the same level.
I put him at number ten because the Rams always seem to have one of the best rosters in the league making things easier for him as well.