4. Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys
It’s easy to write Prescott off right now.
He has hardly any weapons and there’s not a lot of confidence in his passing ability, but Prescott will have a chance to boost people’s confidence in him in a game against the Carolina Panthers shaky secondary.
Like Taylor, Prescott can also run, too adding to his value. This could be the game where people rethink their stance on Prescott.
A couple of touchdowns, perhaps one to rookie wide receiver Michael Gallup, are in Prescott’s future, especially since they’ll most likely be needing to play catch up against the Panthers.
3. Case Keenum, Denver Broncos
Cannot believe we’re saying this, but the Seattle Seahawks are actually a decent matchup for opposing quarterbacks.
They’ve lost almost everyone, with Earl Thomas being the only noteworthy player in the secondary. Meanwhile, Keenum is on a team that still has good options, just like he had in Minnesota.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will be able to keep the team in it, which may lead to Keenum throwing quite a bit.