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  1. 1
    Patrick Mahomes

    Patrick Mahomes

    2017 - 284 yards, 62.9% completion, zero touchdowns, one interception (1 game)
    Mahomes didn’t get into a game until Week 17, but he clearly showed the Chiefs enough that they didn’t bring Alex Smith back. Mahomes has a big arm and can also run when needed. He has an embarrassment of weapons to throw the ball to and is a popular breakout candidate. He is a QB2 with the chance of being a starter

  2. 2
    Andrew Luck

    Andrew Luck

    You must be a huge gambler if you are even thinking of drafting this guy. I know the talent is there, but the injuries to his shoulder just keep mounting and never heal. He hasn’t even thrown a football in forever, and I have ZERO confidence he will be healthy. And even if he is, I have less confidence that he will stay healthy. I know his dad runs the XFL, but there’s still no reason to draft him

  3. 3
    Aaron Rodgers

    Aaron Rodgers

    2017 - 1,675 yards, 64.7% completion, 16 touchdowns, 6 interceptions (7 games)
    Rodgers broke his collarbone for the second time in five years. He was having a good season, but not a typical Aaron Rodgers year. He lost Jordy Nelson to free agency, but gained Jimmy Graham at tight end. He is now 34 years old, but has many good years left in him as long as he can stay healthy he will be top two

  4. 4
    Deshaun Watson

    Deshaun Watson

    One of the tragedies of the 2017 season was when Watson tore his ACL. He had quickly turned into one of the most dynamic players in the NFL. His final four games before the injury he had a total of 17 touchdowns (16 passing, 1 rushing) in case you forgot. He has one of the best receivers in football in DeAndre Hopkins, and Watson looks to take his place among the elite NFL QBs this season.