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The Ringer

The Ringer

Steven Ruiz willkeeptrack of the leagues quarterbacks all season, grading them on six different attributes to determinetheNFLsbest passers. Hell also hand out badges to signify strengths, weaknesses, and who has that dog in him. Its a quarterbacks league. We have it covered.

The group of elite NFL quarterbacks is starting to resemble the Avengers. Patrick Mahomes is Iron Man, Josh Allen is the Hulk, Justin Herbert is Thor, Tom Brady is Captain America, Lamar Jackson is Spider-Man, and Aaron Rodgers, after this past offseason, is obviously Scarlet Witch.

Jokes aside, it does feel like a quarterback in todays NFL must possess a superstar traitor superpower, if you want to extend the metaphorto earn membership in the group, which is why I was hesitant to include Joe Burrow in this discussion before the season began. I didnt initially see that superpower in his game, but Burrows combination of feel and accuracy is starting to look like one. There are still times when his lack of pure arm strength prevents him from making a throw, but those instances are easily outweighed (and outnumbered) by the opportunities he creates with his trademark precision. This week, Burrow cracks the top five for the first time all season; more importantly, Ive changed my stance on his ceiling. He is fully capable of being an Avenger but he may just have to settle for being Hawkeye.