NFL quarterback rankings, Week 16: Andy Dalton must go

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The Cincinnati Bengals should get a new head coach, and it’s time to completely clean house by letting Andy Dalton move on.

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32. Paxton Lynch (Prev: NA)

Lynch is in line to start at some point over the final two weeks for the Broncos, but if his first start of 2017 is any indication, it won’t be pretty. Against the Raiders, Lynch threw for 41 yards and had an interception.

31. T.J. Yates (Prev: 29)

Yates actually won a playoff game once in his career. That’s something that somehow happened. It won’t be happening again.

30. QB Browns (Prev: 30)

DeShone Kizer continues to throw some of the ugliest interceptions we’ve ever seen. Against Baltimore, Kizer threw a 10-yard Hail Mary into the end zone that was picked off with ease.

29. Bryce Petty (Prev: 31)

Petty was bad against the Saints, completing 19-of-39 passes for 179 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. It’s hard to see him on a roster in 2018.

28. Drew Stanton (Prev: NA)

Stanton is back on the job for the Cardinals, and it’s mostly because Blaine Gabbert is all kinds of terrible.

27. Mitch Trubisky (Prev: 23)

Trubisky got the chance to sling the ball around a bit on Saturday, and it didn’t end well. The second-overall pick threw three interceptions and looked overwhelmed by a very ordinary Detroit defense.

26. Jay Cutler (Prev: 21)

Cutler looked disinterested against the Bills despite a potential playoff berth hanging in the balance. The soon-to-be retiree tossed three picks while notching only 274 passing yards on 49 attempts.

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