NFL quarterback rankings, Week 15: Tom Brady and everyone else

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In our Week 15 NFL quarterback rankings, it has become increasingly obvious that the position is Tom Brady and then everybody else.

As always, these are based off this year’s play with a dash of historic context. Here’s the link to last week’s rankings.

Blake Bortles Memorial Division

32. Blake Bortles

The interception festival never ends with Bortles, who has 15 this season. Considering he’s also the worst mechanical quarterback in football, there are major questions about his future.

Steve Fuller Division

31. Jared Goff

Goff is a rookie, but he’s really struggling. Maybe a new head coach will make the difference in 2017.

30. Matt Barkley

Barkley looks like a bad backup quarterback with four touchdowns and four interceptions. In related news, Barkley is a bad backup quarterback.

29. Bryce Petty

Much like Goff, it’s too early to pass judgement. That said, he has looked rough in limited action.

28. Robert Griffin III

This is a sad story. Griffin looked to have such a promising career ahead of him, but since his rookie year of 2012, things have completely fallen apart.

27. Colin Kaepernick

The 49ers and Kaepernick can’t wait for this marriage to be over. He’s completing 54.8 percent of his throws for 6.60 yards per attempt. Not great.

26. Matt Moore

Moore needs to win at least a few games for the Dolphins. He’s been a solid backup throughout his career, and now has to beat Bryce Petty and Tyrod Taylor. Can he do it?

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