20. Tua Tagovailoa, Miami Dolphins
There are no more excuses for Tua after this season if he cannot put it together. Miami has given him more weapons, given him a better offensive line and given him a good coach. The injuries should be healed and at this point, it is his team. Either he shows up and proves the Dolphins right for picking him, or he ultimately becomes what holds the team back.
19. Carson Wentz, Washington Commanders
Colts fans got the entire Carson Wentz experience last season. There were moments where he looked pretty competent and if you look at his overall numbers, he seemed to have a good year. However, he also had moments where he looked absolutely awful, which included blowing the Week 18 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
It is hard to rank Wentz because when he is not getting in his own way he isn't half bad. The problem is he gets in his own way far too often. You could rank Wentz much lower in this article and I would not totally dispute it.
18. Trevor Lawrence, Jacksonville Jaguars
Trevor Lawrence beat Wentz in Week 18 and he beats him here again as the 18th-ranked quarterback. Lawrence did not have the kind of rookie season that anyone was expecting with him being touted as the biggest sure fire pick since Andrew Luck.
The talent is there with Lawrence, the Jaguars just became a sideshow last season. This should be a much better season for Lawrence that might result in him ranking even higher than 18th.
17. Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
The Philadelphia Eagles have a really talented roster, it is just a shame that they don't have a quarterback who they can consistently trust. Hurts is a really good fantasy football quarterback who even had some really good moments for Philly last season.
However, he has to get over the hump and go from being an average quarterback to being a good/great quarterback. If he does that then Philly could be a really dangerous team in the NFC this season.